The project proposed learning specific skills related to the prevention of hate speech, responding to its manifestations. It also supported the people affected by this form of violence and the education of people who spread hate speech. The main aim of the project was to equip participants with the knowledge, skills and tools adapted to the specifics of their work.

Hate speech is not only about "words". Internet enables us to quick communication in many different ways, for example through social media, often allowing you to remain anonymous. The network can "speak" with videos, photos, or more traditional ways. Forms of visual or media tools can often strongly influence the conscious and subconscious attitudes of the recipient. But these same measures could be used for education and prevention of hate speech.

NoH8@All included training in Poland in June 2018.

This project was delivered between February 2018 and October 2018 and co-funded by European Commission within Erasmus+ Programme.



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