One of the ways to struggle against discrimination can be transforming the language we use. On this page you can watch the video series on ways to use a language free from discrimination, racism, sexism, prejudices, hate and violence.

What is hate speech?
When we come across a particular expression, we may ask ourselves:
    • Does it attack a specific identity?
    • How is this identity treated?
    • What could be the impacts and consequences of this discourse?

Who are refugees?
Asylum seekers are people who flee war, violence, conflict, and persecution and seek asylum in another country. Refugee, therefore, is a legal status that meets and protects that request. However, refugees are subjected to exploitation and human rights violations in places where they have taken refuge. But, for a fairer life, we can say no to rights violations of refugees, and choose pluralism and dialogue over discriminatory discourse and hate speech.

A pluralistic and inclusive discourse

A pluralistic and inclusive discourse is rights-based, empowering, constructive, inspiring, and uplifting. How can we build a new discourse that is devoid of discrimination, racism, sexism, prejudice, and violence?

Inclusive education

Rather than contributing to the creation of stereotypes through our education system, we can lay the foundations for coexistence in childhood.

Media watch on hate speech's methodology and observation process

You can discover the methodology of 'Media Watch on Hate Speech' project and learn about the content of the Hate Speech Digital Archive which is composed of the reports produced and newspaper clippings collected under the project, implemented between 2009 and 2019.

Inclusion and equality

All human beings are born equal but cannot live in an equal society. For an equal society, we can take the first step by recognizing discrimination.