The workshop focus on Right-wing extremism in Germany: historical development & recent developments such as online RWE media & propaganda strategies, and innovative forms of right-wing extremism. This will complement the presentation and discussion of critical approaches to hate crime.
One week of Human Rights and Religion Summer School at Trinity College Dublin finished! For the full week, we alongside other colleagues, engaged on a broad range of topics including religious hatred, morality, international law, violence against women, anti-Muslim racism, and interpretations of Islamic law!
At the end of March 2022, NETHATE held its annual meeting at the University of Jena! At this exciting in-person gathering, we discussed hate speech definitions, the current state of all the projects, ethical considerations in research, as well as approaches to countering hate speech. Each early-stage researcher (ESR) presented their research poster to supervisors and other ESRs […]
In 2021, from September 6th to 10th, Trinity College Dublin provided a full week of creative thinking and innovation workshop for early-stage researchers (ESRs) in NETHATE. During the workshop, ESRs learned creative thinking and theories of innovation, toolkits to help think creatively and innovation module. In the last two days of the workshop, ESRs put what […]
The kick-off meeting for the NETHATE consortium took place on April 9, 2021, and it was the first opportunity for the principal investigators (PI) and Early-Stage Researchers (ESR) to meet and start to get to know each other. The kick-off meeting had been scheduled to take place at the University of Turku (Finland) but due […]