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Customized training program on counter, combat, localize, categorize and target anti-Semitic hate speech/ hate crime online. We created 2 modules of the training program one theoretical taking into consideration main categorization, approaches, methods and definitions and theoretical including practical examples and guide on how to use created database.
The document aims to present a summary of the main findings regarding antisemitic statements in the online space from national reports of four (4) Visegrad countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia) in the ComAnCE (Combat Antisemitism in Central Europe) project. The goal of the ComAnCE project is to produce and present, towards the state authorities, police force, fellows researchers, European institutions and bodies, focusing on discrimination and hate crime, a precise categorization, types and indicators of antisemitic hate speech (hate crime) in Central Europe (V4).
Online database and categorization of anti-Semitic hate speech / hate crime. Online database includes data in 5 languages Czech, Slovak, Hungarian, Polish and English. The content of database is based on the previous research of the social media content on the antisemitic comments of users.
The target group for this deliverable are academia in V4, anti-discrimination experts, educational staff/teachers, community leaders, journalist/ media, young people, students, trainers, NGOs, general public, national policy makers, EU policy makers, national authorities, local authorities and policy forces. The data set is also one of the main input used for the created online database.
A synopsis on current trends in anti-Semitic hate speech at the online sphere, including general data on antisemitism, coverage of the topic in different types of media, protection, prevention and countering antisemitism and also some of the well-known cases in all four countries.
A synopsis on values and attitude through time on anti-Semitic hate speech in Visegrad countries. The report presents the result of a survey that measures attitudes towards Jews, to those who are considered to be Jewish, and it measures stereotypes within particular countries in general. The survey, at the same time, deals with social media platforms and it describes how people use them and how they act within these platforms.
Report on the past and the current situation of antisemitism (including hate speech/ hate crime) in selected countries in the context of prognosis for the future development – documentation. The report of the project association is focusing briefly on the current trends in the area of “anti-Semitism” discourse and hate speech related to it. The wide spread and far reaching arm of social media and the internet has opened new wave of stereotypes and prejudices in our societies, and they are becoming more and more vulnerable towards the question of tolerance and difference.
The questionnaire on antisemitic attitudes is a mixture of validate questions measuring standard characteristics and newly created questions for which such standard questions do not exist. Survey was done in all four countries and the results were analysed both separately for each country and in comparison with each other.