Online Training

Rights for Peace delivers training on countering
Hate Speech, Incitement to Violence for local actors and community leaders.
Tailored training courses have been prepared for groups in South Sudan, Sudan and Cameroon.
Let us know your training needs and interests in the form below.

Sample 3 Day Training:

Day 1:

An Introduction to Hate Speech Definitions and  International and Domestic Legislation

  • Exploring Identity, Hate speech, Incitement & Genocide

  • Offensive speech VS Incitement

  • Stages of dehumanisation

  • The Pyramid of Hate (Anti-Defamation League)

  • Interactions between free speech and hate speech

  • Domestic laws e.g. UK, Sudan

Day 2:

International Treaties and Complaints Mechanisms Protecting Against Hate Speech

  • International Human Rights treaties

  • Complaints Mechanisms

  • Human Rights Committee

  • Looking closely at the ICCPR (Articles 19 and 20(2))

  • The Mohamed Rabbae v. the Netherlands (“Rabbae”) Case

  • The 6 Point Test (Rabat Plan of Action)

  • International Criminal Law: Incitement to Genocide

Day 3:

 

CLINIC: Case Studies and Analysis through a Country-Specific Lens

Day 3:

 

CLINIC: Case Studies and Analysis through a Country-Specific Lens

  • Clinic: Looking at case studies and appropriate legal frameworks

  • Analysis of elements

  • Creating a checklist for a country-specific context

Day 2:

International Treaties and Complaints Mechanisms Protecting Against

Incitement

Day 1:

An Introduction to Hate Speech Definitions and  International and Domestic Legislation

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