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Confronting Hate Speech, Behaviour and Crimes

Cyprus

Project Facts

Project objective: Democratic values, including human rights, promoted
Project promoter: Research Institute Promitheas
Type of institution: Other type of NGO
Project number: CY03-0006
Target group(s): Minorities, Non governmental organisation,
Status: Completed
Initial project cost: € 125,950
Final project costs: € 125,945
From EEA Grants: € 101,339
The project is carried out in: Cyprus

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Project website

This is a project under the programme: Funds for Non-governmental Organisations
Priority sector: Civil Society

Summary of project results

 

The Cyprus population, composition and history have created the conditions for the development of hate speech/behaviour/crimes. The project aims to deal with manifestations of such behaviour from a historical and a contemporary perspective through a mixed-method which at the same time analyses the legal framework of such manifestations and proposes amendments and policy suggestions. In order to address the problem at the earliest stage possible, we aim to build an educational tool for adolescents involving key stakeholders such as the media, youth organisations, teachers, bloggers, advocates of minority groups in a series of training sessions. The dissemination of the project will include video spots, a radio show, an awareness campaign and a conference. The project will primarily benefit the social groups which are victims of this discriminatory behaviour, i.e. Turkish Cypriots, Immigrants, LGBT’s. The project targets young adolescents aiming in the long term, at a society free from discrimination on account of race, sexual orientation or ethnic origin.

 


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