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broadcast recording 18 June, 17:43

How is hate speech re­la­ted to war cri­mes?

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The conversation is held in Ukrainian.
The conversation is held in Ukrainian.
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Russia actively uses hate speech against Ukrainians. And these are not just spontaneous emotional claims, it is a systematic practice of discrimination and calls to violence. So how exactly do informational messages prepare the ground for the occupation army’s crimes beforehand?


 

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Participants

Iryna Sedova

journalist, human rights advocate, researcher in the Crimean Human Rights Group, co-author of a number of informational analysis reports about the problems of using hate speech against Ukrainians in the Russian information space

Volodymyr Yavorskyi

programme director of the Centre for Civil Liberties, Chairman of the Board of NGO Docudays

Tetiana Pechonchyk

human rights advocate, Head of ZMINA Human Rights Centre

Maria Tsypiashchuk

a human rights activist, a member of the Board of the Association of Legal Clinics of Ukraine, coordinator of the Partnerships Department of the Ukraine War Archive project

The Ukraine War Archive event

We invite the audience to watch the events of the Ukraine War Archive, a project by NGO Docudays and Infoscope which collects and catalogues digital materials of the great war.