Belgian Het Laatse Niews website (HLN) has corrected a deceitful article, after the European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) sent them a complaint letter.
The past few days have seen the media reporting heavily on Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party, with a focus on antisemitism. This was triggered by a Facebook comment posted a few years ago by Corbyn underneath an image of an antisemitic wall mural, in which he questioned its removal.
Years ago, Origo used to be the leading news site in Hungary. In February 2016, Origo was acquired by investors with ties to the government, and since then, the once high-quality news portal has increasingly turned into a pro-government propaganda outlet. As a result, Origo now publishes articles spreading hatred against migrants in many ways and many forms. On 13 March 2018, the front page of Origo used the word 'migrant' 12 times, always in negative contexts, such as violence, terrorism, war, and threat.
This Linguistic Self-Defence Guide explains hate speech by using examples of hate speech targeted at the LGBT community, Roma people, Jewish people, and hate speech based on age and gender.
This linguistic self-defence guide was produced for the project #YouthAgainst Hate, supported by OSCE Mission in Serbia, as part of the project "CVE in Serbia: Early warning and prevention".
The guide is available in Serbian. If you want to read it please feel free to download it at the bottom of this page at the "download attachments" section.