The We CAN! manual presents communicative and educational approaches and tools for youth and other human rights activists to develop their own counter and alternative narratives to hate speech.
UNITED Press Release 17-03-2017: From 18-26 March, hundreds of activities will take place all over Europe to protest against racism and advocate for open, inclusive, and UNITED societies.
The European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) has released its latest country reports on Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland and Luxembourg, analysing recent developments and outstanding issues and providing recommendations to the authorities.
The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) opens its call for data on hate crimes in 2016, and calls on civil society organisations to submit data for the report.
Every year, UNITED coordinates a weeklong Europe-wide campaign around 21 March to protest against all forms of racism and discrimination, and celebrate the diversity that enriches European societies. European Action Week Against Racism 2017 will take place from 18-26 March, with the slogan “Don’t be divided, Stay UNITED!”
The international UNITED conference “Rewind Radicalisation: Building up strategies against extremism” will take place near Prague, CZ from 7-12 April 2017. Deadline for nominations is 12 February
The official call for civil society submissions to ODIHR’s report on hate crime in 2016 will be sent out in February 2017, and ODIHR encourages civil society organisations all over Europe to get ready to submit their data.
UNITED E-News for November and December 2016, with news from UNITED, news from the Network, and a look back at the last year.
Statement by members of the Civic Solidarity Platform (CSP) on the OSCE Ministerial Council and Parallel Civil Society Conference in Hamburg.
Even where populists don’t win power through the ballot box, they gain it through shaping policy and public debate. By Benjamin Ward via Open Democracy