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How to recognize and react to hate speech in media reporting?

"Journalists in their work respect, protect and promote fundamental rights and freedoms, and in particular the principle of equality of all citizens. Special responsibility is expected when reporting or commenting on the rights, needs, issues and demands of minority groups. Information on race, color, religious or national affiliation, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression, any physical or mental challenges, marital status, life style, social status, property status or educational level, journalist only states if it is highly relevant in the context of the provided information. It is inadmissible to use stereotypes, pejorative expressions, degrading portrayal, as well as any other form of direct or indirect incitement to or discrimination." Article 13 of the Code of Honor of Croatian Journalists

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Joint statement related to the visit of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to Croatia

Although the HDZ’s Members of European Parliament recently supported Orban in the European Parliament, the Prime Minister Plenković should insist on condemning the Hungarian human rights violations during the today’s meeting with Prime Minister Orban in Zagreb – this is the joint message by civil society organisations: Human Rights House Zagreb, Center for Peace Studies, Croatian Platform for International Citizen Solidarity - CROSOL, GONG and the Welcome! Initiative.

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Danube Compass - a platform for facilitating migrants' access to information on their rights and responsibilities

The Danube Compass Platform was presented in Zagreb, Croatia on November 21st to help migrants find their way to economic and social integration in the society to which they have arrived. The Danube Compass covers all major aspects of living: housing, employment, learning the local language, education, health, and everyday life, offering an overview of all the important rights and opportunities depending on the national context of the host country. The platform currently offers information for Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovaki, Hungary and Serbia.

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How much violence was committed out of Hate in 2017?

Together with partnering civil society organizations (Human Rights House Zagreb, Youth Initiative for Human Rights, Serb National Council, GONG and Documenta - Center for Dealing with the Past), Centre for Peace Studies participated in reporting of violent incidents committed out of hatred for ODIHR's yearly report that was published today, on 16 November 2018, International Day for Tolerance, available at ODIHR's web pages.