Combating Hate Speech in Bosnia-Herzegovina
This special report explores the prevalence of hate speech in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Balkan Diskurs has pulled together a collection of articles from its team of youth correspondents, providing valuable insights into the fight against online and offline hate speech across the country.
Bullying and the Boy Unseen
Bullying among peers must be recognized so as to avoid tragic cases with fatal consequences.
Taking a Stand Against Hate Speech
An increasing number of NGOs, informal groups and individuals have started numerous initiatives with the common goal of fighting the prevalence of hate speech and discrimination in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Journalists are Partly to Blame for Hate Speech
Incitement, slander and other forms of hate speech are present in the media, but mainly as the weapon of political powers. Opinions are divided on whether or not journalists are to blame for this situation.
Graffiti in the Name of Art or Hate?
Graffiti is a type of written or painted message, usually in response to the state of society. It encourages people to further their creativity and originality through creating pieces that few can ignore, regardless of whether the graffiti is positive or negative in nature.
Hate Speech That May Evolve into Crime
Hate speech is used less now than during the 1990s, but it is still seen most frequently in political campaigns. Thus it has to be prevented, in order for it not to evolve into crime.