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Tackling Online Hate Against Religious Minorities

Date & time
Wednesday, May 31, 2023
11 a.m. – 12 p.m.

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Emmanuelle Amar, Jennifer Tridgell, Akaash Maharaj


This event is free





The fourth installment of our roundtable series will focus on the themes behind online hate and incitement to violence on the basis of religious belief and some recommendations to address these issues for civil society, government, and platforms.

The Digital Peace Project seeks to contribute to national efforts to mitigate online hate while respecting freedom of speech. It will accomplish this by engaging with civil society actors, particularly those belonging to ethnic, cultural, religious and visible minority communities. More precisely, the project aims to increase the capacity of ethnic and cultural communities to address online racism and discrimination by centering the perspectives and opinions of those communities while exploring ideas for solutions.


  • Wendy Via, Co-Founder & President, Global Project Against Hate and Extremism
  • Emmanuelle Amar, Director of Policy & Research Quebec, CIJA
  • Jennifer Tridgell, Senior Legal Advisor, Freedom of Religion or Belief and Equality Project at the University of Essex

Moderator: Akaash Maharaj, Ambassador-at-Large for the Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption

Registrants will receive a link to view the event live.

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