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With one click you can make the difference
This video was made by students at Lisbon's Lusofona University to support the Council of Europe’s No Hate Speech campaign. It shows how intervening online to express disapproval of hateful discourse, by joining the No Hate Speech Movement, can help put an end to the problem.
With one click you can make the difference
This video was made by students at Lisbon's Lusofona University to support the Council of Europe’s No Hate Speech campaign. It shows how intervening online to express disapproval of hateful discourse, by joining the No Hate Speech Movement, can help put an end to the problem.

No Hate Speech
The Council of Europe is launching a campaign to combat the growing problem of hate speech online. The No Hate Speech Movement aims to tackle all forms of racism and discrimination on the Internet by helping young people and youth organisations to recognise and act against this latest form of human rights violation.
No Hate Speech
The Council of Europe is launching a campaign to combat the growing problem of hate speech online. The No Hate Speech Movement aims to tackle all forms of racism and discrimination on the Internet by helping young people and youth organisations to recognise and act against this latest form of human rights violation.

Cybercrime
As our world becomes ever more dependent on information and communication technologies, it is also increasingly vulnerable to cybercrime, including identity theft, financial fraud, cyber attacks and the misuse of social networks. Many of these crimes are committed not against states or organisations, but against individuals, who can have their privacy invaded by hackers, fraudsters and, in the case of children, paedophiles.
Cybercrime
As our world becomes ever more dependent on information and communication technologies, it is also increasingly vulnerable to cybercrime, including identity theft, financial fraud, cyber attacks and the misuse of social networks. Many of these crimes are committed not against states or organisations, but against individuals, who can have their privacy invaded by hackers, fraudsters and, in the case of children, paedophiles.