[01/06/2016] Alliance members take action
Members of the No Hate Parliamentary Alliance are mobilising in Council of Europe member States to raise awareness on hatred, racism and intolerance and cooperate with the other authorities and civil society.
On 11 May, Italy's Chamber of Deputies unanimously adopted a motion tabled by Ms Milena Santerini against cyberbullying and hate speech.
Mr Saša Magazinović initiated a declaration adopted on 24 May 2016 House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina to condemn hate speech (link to the declaration).
In Berlin, on 29 June, Ms Gabriela Heinrich took part in the official launch of the national No Hate Speech Movement campaign, together with Ms Anne Brasseur, Alliance member and Ambassador of the No Hate Speech Movement.
On 22 July, Alliance members will commemorate victims of hate crime all over Europe with social media actions and other activities (link to news).
On 6 September, in Berlin, Alliance members will participate in the event of the OSCE Chairman in Office "Confronting Anti-Gypsyism: The role of political leaders in countering discrimination, racism, hate crimes and violence against Roma and Sinti communities", hosted in co-operation with the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, the Council of Europe and the Central Council of German Sinti and Roma.
On 8 September, in Paris, Alliance members will meet at the French Senate with national authorities, experts and representatives of the civil society in the context of the National Seminar of the No Hate Alliance, focusing on action taken to prevent and combat racism, hatred and intolerance in France and how to strengthen it.