20th June
Action Day for Refugees RECOMMENDED ACTIONS

The No Hate Speech Movement is organising a European Action Day for Refugees and Asylum Seekers on the 20th June 2016. Please select from the following recommended actions.

ACTION 1 Connect with another person through join the movement page.

ACTION 2 Mark hate speech targeting refugees by the Hate Speech Watch.

ACTION 3 Share one of the images and memes created to counter hate speech against refugees and asylum seekers on your social media.

ACTION 4 Run an educational exercise with young people

ACTION 5 Organise one of the recommended offline actions on the 20th June.

ACTION 6 Learn through the Infographic1 or Infographic2 or the Useful Links about facts and reality of refugees and share these to raise awareness about the real issues.

For more information, as well as to SIGN THE PETITION to make 22nd July a European Day commemorating victims of hate crime and raising awareness about the link between hate speech and hate crimes, go to this site.

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