The main goal of the presented project is to offer the Ministry of Justice of the Slovak Republic an effective tool for combating anti-Semitism in the online environment. which currently target not only Jews but also a much wider hatred of supporters of open society, democracy and human rights.
The project is the continuation of European funded Project (ComAnCE) Combat Anti-Semitism in Central Europe. And it will stand on their main outputs “CASED database”, which is one of the most important and largest products of this project. The database is the result of media content research on antisemitic hate speech in the online space carried out among the four partner countries of the V4 countries. Collecting real-life examples of anti-Semitic hate speech in one place, the user can not only check himself and others for linguistic abuse, but also find out why a particular term is offensive or generate other examples using a particular word. Using the CASED database is intuitive and simple, and each of us can submit our own examples of terms that carry the traits of hate speech towards Jews. The tool is available for free in five language versions: Polish, English, Hungarian, Czech and Slovak.