Hate speech
Hate speech is, outside the law, speech that attacks a person or group on the basis of attributes such as gender, ethnic origin, religion, race, disability, or sexual orientation.In law, hate speech i...
Hate speech - Wikipedia
“If hate speech is criminalized, it will go underground and you won’t know who the haters are.”
Judge Andrew Napolitano responded to an op-ed in The New York Times which suggested...
Hate speech laws in Australia
The hate speech laws in Australia give redress to someone who is the victim of discrimination, vilification, or injury on grounds that differ from one jurisdiction to another. All Australian jurisdict...
Belgian Anti-Racism Law
The Belgian Anti-Racism Law, in full, the Law of July 30, 1981 on the punishment of certain acts inspired by racism or xenophobia, is a law against hate speech and discrimination passed by the Federal...
Belgian Holocaust denial law
The Belgian Holocaust denial law, passed on March 23, 1995, bans public Holocaust denial. Specifically, the law makes it illegal to publicly "deny, play down, justify or approve of the genocide commit...
Hate speech laws in Canada
Hate speech laws in Canada include provisions in the Criminal Code of Canada, provisions in the Human Rights Act and in other federal legislation, and statutory provisions in each of Canada's ten prov...
Hate speech laws in France
The hate speech laws in France are matters of both civil law and criminal law. Those laws protect individuals and groups from being defamed or insulted because they belong or do not belong, in fact or...
Hate speech laws in India
The Constitution of India and its hate speech laws aim to prevent discord among its many ethnic and religious communities. The laws allow a citizen to seek the punishment of anyone who shows the citiz...
Hate speech laws in Poland
The hate speech laws in Poland derive from its Constitution and from its Criminal Code. The laws discourage any conduct that foments racial, national, or sectarian hatred. The laws punish those who in...
Hate speech laws in the United Kingdom
Hate speech laws in the United Kingdom are found in several statutes. Expressions of hatred toward someone on account of that person's colour, race, nationality (including citizenship), ethnic or nati...
New racism
New racism is a term coined in 1981 by Marxist professor of film Martin Barker, in the context of the ideologies supporting Margaret Thatcher's rise in the UK, to refer to what he believed was racist ...
SCUM Manifesto
The SCUM Manifesto is a radical feminist manifesto by Valerie Solanas published in 1967. It argues that men have ruined the world, and that it is up to women to fix it. To achieve this goal, it sugges...
SCUM Manifesto - Wikipedia
Bibeltemplet
Bibeltemplet (the Bible temple) is a Christian website in Sweden, whose administrator Leif Liljeström was sentenced in April 2005 to two months in prison for holding and expressing critical views on h...
R. v. Krymowski
R v Krymowski [2005] 1 S.C.R. 101 was a decision by the Supreme Court of Canada on hate speech against the Roma people, also known as "Gypsies."
When Roma refugees were allowed into Canada in 1997...
Polish joke
A Polish joke is a conditional joke intended to mock the Polish people in the English language based on the hostile stereotypes about them. A 'Polish joke' belongs to the category of jokes whose under...
Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006
The Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006 (c. 1) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which creates an offence in England and Wales of inciting hatred against a person on the grounds of th...
Racial and Religious Tolerance Act 2001
The Racial and Religious Tolerance Act 2001 was implemented by the Steve Bracks' Labor government in the state of Victoria, Australia. It was effective from 1 January 2002. It has been criticised as a...
Åke Green
Åke Green ([ˈoːkə ɡreːn]), born 3 June 1941, is a Swedish Pentecostal Christian pastor who was prosecuted, but acquitted, under Sweden's law against hate speech because of critical opinions on homosex...
Brandenburg v. Ohio
Brandenburg v. Ohio, 395 U.S. 444 (1969), was a landmark United States Supreme Court case based on the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Court held that government cannot punish inflam...
Antiziganism
Antiziganism or Anti-Romanyism or Anti-Gypsyism is hostility, prejudice, discrimination or racism directed at the Romani people.
The root zigan ([ˈtsiɡaːn]) is the basis of the word given to the ...
Antiziganism - Wikipedia
Vlaams Blok
The Vlaams Blok (English: Flemish Block, or VB) was a Belgian far-right and secessionist political party with an anti-immigration platform. Its ideologies embraced Flemish nationalism, calling for...
Vlaams Blok - Wikipedia
Anti-Discrimination Act 1977
The New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 is an Act of the NSW Parliament, relating to discrimination in employment, the public education system, delivery of goods and services, and other servi...
Racial Discrimination Act 1975
The Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (RDA) is a statute passed by the Australian Parliament during the Prime Ministership of Gough Whitlam.The RDA makes racial discrimination unlawful in Australia and o...
Incitement to ethnic or racial hatred
Incitement to racial or ethnic hatred is a crime under the laws of ( at least ) three countries.
Under the Law of the United Kingdom, "incitement to racial hatred" was established as an offence by...