Author: Ashna.Ephraim

  • HateCast, by Nethate Podcasting

    HateCast, by Nethate Podcasting

    Welcome to HateCast, where we explore one of the most intense human emotions: hate! Hate can appear in many different forms, both offline and online. We will discuss hate in different contexts to better understand its harms, roots, spread, and, most importantly, how to counter it! By bringing together voices from diverse backgrounds, including researchers,…

  • Conference hears of interdisciplinary approach to combatting hatred across Europe 

    Conference hears of interdisciplinary approach to combatting hatred across Europe 

    Aoife King, Communications Officer | Trinity Long Room Hub | aoife.king@tcd.ie | 01 896 3895 A network of scholars and practitioners from the NETHATE consortium came together this week at the Trinity Long Room Hub to look at hate from a range of perspectives.  NETHATE is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Innovative Training Network (ITN) led…

  • NETHATE Workshop on Peace and Reconciliation in partnership with the Glencree Centre

    NETHATE Workshop on Peace and Reconciliation in partnership with the Glencree Centre

    On the 18th and 19th of September 2023, NETHATE was fortunate enough to be hosted by the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation for a two-day workshop. The Glencree Centre has been active since 1974 and continues to support the prevention and transformation of political and inter-communal conflict and build peaceful, inclusive societies. During the two days,…

  • Annual NETHATE Meeting at the University of Antwerp  

    Annual NETHATE Meeting at the University of Antwerp  

    Following the NETHATE Workshop “How to combat online hate speech” at the end of April 2023, NETHATE held its second Annual Meeting at the University of Antwerp.  

  • NETHATE Training on Science Communication  

    NETHATE Training on Science Communication  

    NETHATE organised a two-day training for the ESRs which took place in February 2023 at Trinity College Dublin. For the duration of the workshop, the ESRs worked together with Public Engagement specialist Jamie Gallagher. The ESRs focused in developing their skills in relation to presenting their research findings both to academic audiences as well as…