QCEA speaks to fifty-seven governments

QCEA director asked to speak at international conference about hate speech

The director of Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA) was asked to speak at an international conference about hate speech on the internet last month. Friend Andrew Lane addressed fifty-seven governments online and almost 300 participants about QCEA’s research into the issue. This included a 2018 report on ‘anti-migrant hate speech’; a ‘Choose Respect’ social media campaign, built for the 2019 European Parliament elections; and a multi-day ‘quiet diplomacy meeting’ at Quaker House.

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