Mutual learning online regional conference on good practices and lessons learned regarding countering hate speech online


The ‘Mutual learning regional conference on good practices and lessons learned from countering hate speech online’, which was organised online on 14 and 15 October 2020, presented good practices, lessons learned and developments in combating hate speech online. It brought together experts and practitioners from Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia and also experts from other EU Member States. The aim of the conference was to contribute to the mutual learning in this important field.

Intially planned as a face-to-face conference in Ljubljana, the event was organised online in 4 separate online sessions, each hosted by one of the project partners in Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia.


On 14 October:

Session 1: Response of the state – regulation, law enforcement and countering hate speech online; cooperation between state bodies and civil society, host by Centre for Peace Studies, Zagreb, Croatia

Session 2:  Monitoring and reporting hate speech online, host by the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia


On 15 October:

Session 3: Countering hate speech online: Self-regulation of media and social networks, and the role of media regulatory authorities, host by Peace Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Session 4: Education and public awareness, arts and culture, and citizens actions, host by Novi Sad School of Journalism, Novi Sad, Serbia.


Conference is part of the project Behave financed by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of the European Union.

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