Reflection on the hate speech in the contemporary society

Reflection on the hate speech in the contemporary society

CAP Liberté de Conscience is a French NGO, granted of the Consultative Status of the United Nations, and has been dedicated since 1995 to the promotion and defense of the universal principles of freedom of conscience, religion or belief, as defined and guaranteed by the various national, European and international legal texts, whatever the category of persons to whom these principles apply and whatever their convictions.

Freedom of Expression, Hate Speech, and Religious Freedom: A Human Rights Perspective.

Freedom of Expression, Hate Speech, and Religious Freedom: A Human Rights Perspective.

Hate speech is an ongoing problem in all societies, both online and offline. As history has shown, atrocity crimes are sparked by hate speech. A growing trend of
hatred and intolerance toward people who are perceived as different increases the potential to incite violence and severe human rights violations. Ethnic and religious
minorities, migrants, refugees, and others who are perceived as unwelcome are often targets of hate speech and discrimination.

41st Session UPR Working Group Information meeting on the UPR process in Indonesia CAP LC

41st Session UPR Working Group Information meeting on the UPR process in Indonesia CAP LC

CAP Liberté de Conscience is a secular European created in 1995 and dedicated to protect the Right of Freedom of Religion and Belief. We combats all forms of discrimination based on religion or belief by alerting European and International bodies. We collects testimonies of discrimination and human rights violations affecting religious or belief communities in order to disseminate them to international bodies, and in order to raise awareness and inform them as well as to generate debate on the protection of Freedom of Religion and Belief. We also advocates for any religious or spiritual group facing discrimination to have their right to Freedom of Religion and Belief recognized.

Side Event 41st Session UPR Working Group Information meeting on the UPR process in Indonesia

Side Event 41st Session UPR Working Group Information meeting on the UPR process in Indonesia

On behalf of the Coordination des Associations et des Particuliers pour la Liberté de Conscience (CAP Freedom of Conscience) and International Human Rights Commissio , it is my privilege to invite you to our NGO side event highlighting the persecution faced by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Indonesia during the 41st session of the United Nations Universal Periodic Review in Geneva.

OSCE 2022 side-event The Anti-Cult Ideology and FECRIS: Dangers for Religious Freedom

OSCE 2022 side-event The Anti-Cult Ideology and FECRIS: Dangers for Religious Freedom

CAP Freedom of Conscience is a secular European NGO with United Nations Consultative Status, created in 1995 and dedicated to protecting the Right of Freedom of Religion and Belief. It combats all forms of discrimination based on religion or belief, inter alia, by alerting European and International bodies to abuses and violations of international standards. It collects testimonies of discrimination and human rights violations affecting religious or belief communities disseminating them to international bodies, to broadly raise awareness on the subject and to generate debate on the need for protection of freedom of religion or Belief. CAP Freedom of Conscience also advocates for any religious or spiritual group facing discrimination supporting the right to have their freedom of religion or belief recognized.

Reconciliation through recognition: Transitional justice and peacebuilding through civil society dialogue

Reconciliation through recognition: Transitional justice and peacebuilding through civil society dialogue

Peace and justice are inevitable part of any post-conflict reconciliation. It is therefore necessary to streamline efforts aimed at strengthening the linkage between them while ensuring broad participation of civil society to this aim. This would not only serve to bringing justice and broaden the rule of law, but would also help healing wounds thereby contributing to post-conflict peace- building and reconciliation processes through the multi-stakeholder approach.

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