Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/22639
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Accessioned Date2020-09-14T14:45:13Z
Availability Date2020-09-14T14:45:13Z
Issue Date2020-05-11
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/22639
Notesincludes recommendations to 1) United Nations departments, agencies, funds and programmes; 2) Member States; 3) social media and tech companies; 4) media; 5) civil society and other stakeholders
Abstract"III. CONCLUSION The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified existing concerns related to the spread and use of hate speech globally. It has also created new vulnerable groups targeted by hate speech. Ensuring that hate speech is effectively addressed and countered at both national and global level will help improve our responses to the pandemic in the short term. It will also give us an opportunity to “build back better” by addressing the root causes of this phenomenon in our societies through promoting inclusion, solidarity and our common humanity."
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PublisherUnited Nations (UN)
Subject Keywordsanti-discrimination
Subject Keywordshate speech
Subject Keywordsfreedom of expression
TitleUnited Nations guidance note on addressing and countering COVID-19 related hate speech
Material Typerecommendation
Material Typetools and guides
Corporate AuthorsUnited Nations (UN)
Publication Place [New York]
Key IssuesHate on the Internet
Edition1
Physical Description7 p.
URL more informationhttps://digitallibrary.un.org/record/3863213
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