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Quote to the Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations from 1948 it is said "... freedom of expression is a fundamental human right ....". But not every single nation allows free expression to their people. In our new clip we explain the meaning of freedom of expression and what kind of rights this implicates. Script download: 🤍explainity.com/education-project/transskripte/ - This explainer video was produced by explainity GmbH Homepage: 🤍explainity.com E-Mail: info🤍explainity.com This explanatory film was produced and published for private, non-commercial use and may be used free of charge in this context for private purposes without consultation or written authorization. Please note, however, that neither the content nor the graphics of this explanatory film may be altered in any way. Please always give explainity as the source when using the film, and if you publish it on the internet, provide a reference to 🤍explainity.com. For commercial use or use for training purposes, such as projection of the film at training events (e.g. projection of the film as a teaching aid in school or in adult education), a licence is required. Further information on this subject will be found here: 🤍 If you are interested in an own explainity explainer video, visit our website 🤍explainity.com and contact us. We are looking forward to your inquiry.
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Hate speech laws are spreading in Europe as EU governments and international organisations try to find measures to defuse conflicts. At first sight, these laws seem to foster a civilised discourse, but free speech advocates, journalists and lawyers warn of excessive limitations of this most basic human right. Germany has recently passed a hate speech law that fines companies up to €50 million if they don’t remove “hateful” content in good time. It remains unclear, however, what exactly qualifies as “hateful” and who defines it. Politicians, the clergy and everyday citizens have been prosecuted for “hate speech”. Last year, Dutch MP Geert Wilders was convicted for inciting discrimination against Dutch Moroccans. He called the prosecution a lawsuit against freedom of speech. The European Court of Human Rights upholds strong protections for speech, even if it “shocks, offends or disturbs”. Is Europe moving away from that position and towards laws that stifle rather than encourage debate and expression? If freedom of expression means that only the politically correct is protected, it is not a freedom worth having. On the other hand, how far can and should freedom of expression go? EURACTIV organised this Forum to discuss the current challenges on freedom of expression. Questions included: - How is freedom of expression being endangered today? - What is the nature and intention of hate speech laws? - How to deal with hatred in the media while defending freedom of expression? - How far should freedom of expression go? What are the limits of acceptable speech?
Everyone shall have the right to freedom of expression: this right shall include freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, through any media of their choice. The exercise of these rights carries with it special duties and responsibilities. To learn more about Freedom of Expression take our free online course Freedom of Expression: A Fundamental Right on the Amnesty Academy of Human Rights: 🤍 Follow our blog (🤍 and Facebook (🤍 to stay up to date on the latest news and information on Human Rights Education across the globe.
Section 16 of the Constitution protects freedom of expression. Expression includes words and other expressive activities. The right also protects ideas that will offend or disturb people and therefore includes a duty to be tolerant of others. The Courts ultimately decide what kind of expression the Constitution prohibits. Freedom of Expression includes the right to receive information and unrestricted ideas. One of the goals of protecting these rights is to promote open, responsive and accountable governance. The right to freedom of expression is limited in some circumstances – as long as the limits are reasonable and justifiable in an open and democratic society. Hate speech challenges the dignity of others and causes harm and is not protected by the Constitution. Section 16 outlines different forms of hate speech which The Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act elaborates on. You can use the Equality Court to challenge hate speech and the Court can make a variety of orders.
Join the VisualPolitik community and support us on Patreon: 🤍 YouTube, Facebook (which also includes Instagram) and Twitter dominate most of the content published on the internet. That is a great power but also a great responsibility. On the one hand, they must ensure freedom of expression and diversity of opinion: on the other hand, governments in many countries require them to prevent the spread of extremist and hate messages. All this puts the big platforms in a very complicated situation: the line between legitimate opinions and hate speech can be very blurred in many cases. However, political pressure is forcing them to act fast and self-regulate. The European Union is pushing the big platforms to accept a code of conduct that would, in essence, imply a degree of self-censorship. The question is: Is this good news? Are there precedents of self-censorship in democratic countries? Is this really a good method for avoiding extremist messages? In this video we tell you all about it. And don't forget to visit our friend’s podcast, Reconsider Media: 🤍
DIGITAL CONFERENCE Nobel Peace Prize laureates Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov are among the speakers when the Nobel Peace Center gathers international media experts and journalists to discuss press freedom, democracy and truth. CONFERENCE PROGRAMME: 🤍 Our annual peace conference ends a year of events related to the Nobel Peace Prize to Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov. The two journalists were awarded the prize in 2021 for their courageous fight for freedom of expression in the Philippines and in Russia. The last year has offered great challenges to press freedom across the world, and the situation for the two laureates has worsened dramatically since December 2021. In the Freedom of Expression Conference, we will explore challenges and solutions ahead, with the aim of contributing to a safer, more democratic information space (in which all can express themselves). On 2-3 September, after the conference, we will celebrate expression in all its forms. Visit us at City Hall Square to learn something new and be inspired to use your freedom of speech. Timecodes 00:00 Opening act – Ukrainian folk song 0:00:16 Kjersti Fløgstad opening the conference 0:05:26 Anniken Huitfeldt opening the conference 0:10:50 SESSION 1: "Antidote against war" Dmitry Muratov keynote speech 0:19:50 SESSION 1: panel discussion with Staffan Lindberg, Peter Pomerantsev, Khadija Patel Moderator: Henrik Urdal 0:40:20 SESSION 2: "Holding the line" Juan Manuel Santos keynote speech 1:36:09 SESSION 1: Panel discussion with Mogens Bjerregård, Julie Posetti, Christophe Deloire. Moderator: Ulrik Haagerup 1:43:25 SESSION 3: "Without truth" Maria Ressa keynote speech 2:55:37 Frances Haugen video speech 3:20:52 Panel discussion session 3 (part 1: Maria Ressa and Bruce Mutsvairo) 3:27:20 Panel discussion session 3 (part 2: Maria Ressa, Alexandra Geese, Pål Nedregotten) 3:49:00 Kjersti Fløgstad closing statements 4:12:30 Vidar helgesen closing statements 4:16:10 Revealing declaration: A 10-point plan to address our information crisis 4:21:05 Learn more about Freedom of Expression, 2-3 September: 🤍 Thank you to our main partners for Freedom of Expression Conference: Hydro, Reitan Retail, Amedia, Fritt Ord, Luminate, Designit, City of Oslo
UNESCO experts share their experiences and tell you about the history of UNESCO. In this episode Saorla McCabe, Information and Communication Advisor, looks at UNESCO's work to uphold the safety of journalist and freedom of expression.
Human Right #19: Everyone has the right to freedom of expression. To broadly raise awareness of the 30 inalienable rights as proclaimed by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Church of Scientology sponsored the production of a corresponding series of Public Service Announcements illuminating these rights. Each is intended to provide young people with an appreciation of a fundamental tenet within every free society, so that the generation of tomorrow need not repeat the errors of its predecessors.
Watch Dmitry Muratov's keynote speech at Nobel Peace Center's Freedom of Expression Conference. Watch the Freedom of Expression Conference here: 🤍
🤍 In 1998, university professor Kembrew McLeod (Associate Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Iowa) trademarked the phrase "freedom of expression"—a startling comment on the way that intellectual property law restricts creativity and expression of ideas. This provocative and amusing documentary explores the battles being waged in courts, classrooms, museums, film studios, and the Internet over control of our cultural commons. Based on McLeod's award-winning book of the same title, Freedom of Expression® charts the many successful attempts to push back this assault by overzealous copyright holders. Freedom of Expression® is an essential tool for educators, activists, filmmakers, students, artists, librarians, and more. for more info: 🤍
Dr. Jordan Peterson is being disciplined by the College of Psychologists of Ontario for public comments he has made on social media and on podcasts. While controversial, these comments do not relate to the practice of psychology. Dr Peterson has applied for a judicial review challenging the constitutionality of the provisions of the College’s Code of Ethics and Professional Standards that were relied on to order this discipline. In this video, CCF lawyer Christine Van Geyn explains Dr. Peterson's case against the College of Psychologists. The Canadian Constitution Foundation is considering intervening in Dr. Peterson’s case to make submissions on the value of freedom of expression. We have not yet applied for leave to intervene. Leave your comment below to let us know what you think. Should we intervene in Dr. Peterson’s case? If you want to support our work at the CCF you can make a tax deductible charitable donation at theCCF.ca/donate/
October 16, 2006. Christopher Hitchens, Philip Gourevitch and Signe Wilkinson vs Daisy Khan, David Cesarani and Mari Matsuda. Credit to IQ Squared: 🤍
When we vote, we're not just choosing a leader, a lawmaker, our local councillor or between two opposite policies. We're shaping the policies that have real impact in our lives. But, who should ensure that citizens receive accurate information? The media, political parties and electoral regulators have a role to play. Because when information is accurate, extensive and available, our elections remain free and fair and democracy thrives. Learn more about how UNESCO protects freedom of expression and the safety of journalists, visit: 🤍
Recently, the Malaysian authorities have investigated activists, journalists, community leaders & others for expressing their opinions. Freedom of Expression is an important aspect of a functioning democracy. Dissent should not be silenced. We urge all Malaysians to understand Freedom of Expression and uphold their rights. SPEAK TRUTH TO POWER. This is a project funded by the United Nations Trust Fund.
“Your Rights 101” is a brief introduction to rights granted by Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms. This video is a component of the Canadian Civil Liberties Education Trust’s Remote Rights Project (🤍remoterights.ca), a website devoted to developing accessible legal education resources for rural and remote youth across Canada. The Remote Rights project was supported by a grant from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority's Community Investment Program. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Transit Passes and Your Privacy" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
During this session, Article 19 will discuss the pressing issues for freedom of expression with the recently appointed free speech Special Rapporteurs from the UN and the InterAmerican Commission, as well as the office of the OSCE, and how the mandate holders plan to address them through their work. #PressFreedom #WPFC2020 #EndImpunity
Speech by Marietje Schaake [ ALDE MEP / Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe / European Parliament ] on : Vietnam, in particular freedom of expression [Author] [Language EN original] Schaake-OR_130418_150836_auth_en
Learn about Columbia Global Freedom of Expression and the Case Law Database
A disillusioned painter abandons the tools of her trade, inspiring her last customer to embark on a mission of kindness to help restore her faith in art. Black Gull Productions presents FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION Meaghan DelGenio, painter Gary Wood, collector Sarah E. Bradshaw, director A. Reid Bradshaw, writer / lighting Robert J. Bradshaw, D. P. / composer Casting by B3 Talent Post Production provided by Studio 251 Special Thanks to: Lori Bradshaw Joan Bradshaw Bruce Bradshaw Kristin (KB) Breiseth Stéphanie Williams Mary & Stephanie A very special thanks to Robert G. Bradshaw (Three Pop) Although we miss you dearly, you live on through your art. This motion picture is protected under the copyright laws of the United States of America and other countries throughout the world. Country of first publication: United States of America. Any unauthorized exhibition, distribution, or copying of this film or any part thereof (including soundtrack) may result in civil liability and criminal prosecution. The story, all names, characters, and incidents portrayed in this production are fictitious. No identification with actual persons (living or deceased), places, buildings, and products is intended or should be inferred. No animals were harmed in the making of this motion picture. This has been a BEAUPORT STUDENT FILM Project Produced by BRADSHAW \ BRADSHAW \ BRADSHAW © 2020, Sarah E. Bradshaw, A. Reid Bradshaw, and Robert J. Bradshaw ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
The UNICEF Convention on the Rights of Child ensures for children's freedom of expression and the ability to "seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds". The Voices of Youth Citizens project team is working on researching and advocating for these rights. Credit- Gobee Group, 🤍
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Freedom of opinion and expression is vital to a free, equitable and democratic society. This right has been lost in Myanmar, where people have been arrested this year just for liking an opposition post on Facebook. The UN Declaration of Human Rights is commemorated every 10th December. To highlight some of the multiple human rights violations taking place in Myanmar since the military coup, Doh Athan has created some short videos. Please share these videos widely. #humanrightsday2022
The prestigious Journalists Club of Mexico on December 7th announced the results of its 70th annual National and International Journalism Competition, presenting its awards to journalists selected by an independent jury. The Schiller Institute and its founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche received the Freedom of Expression award, which back in 2019 had been conferred on Julian Assange. This year, Daria Dugina, the Russian journalist who was killed in a terrorist attack outside Moscow back in August, was given a posthumous award received on her behalf by the Russian ambassador to Mexico. The ceremony began with the Mexican national anthem. Jesús Ramírez Cuevas, press spokesman of the Mexican presidency brought greetings from President López Obrador to the gathered journalists, diplomats and other guests. And the leaders of the Journalists Clubs added their voice to the international demand for peace and an end to war, and against the assassinations and threats by groups such as Ukraine’s CCD.
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Prove They Are Alive is a campaign to protect the rights of a large number of detainees serving long-term sentences in Turkmen prisons. It is one of the nominees in Index on Censorship's Freedom of Expression 2020 Awards in the campaigning category The campaign was launched in 2013 with the goal of promoting work to defend human rights in Turkmenistan. Enforced disappearances of people sentenced to long prison terms is one of the most acute human rights violations in Turkmenistan. Prove They Are Alive! has documented 120 cases of this practice going back to the 1990s, and continues to report on those who remain disappeared. The organisation has been instrumental in raising global awareness for the disappeared. Thanks to significant pressure from Prove They Are Alive, ex-prisoners are now more likely to be allowed to leave the country and, astonishingly, over a dozen disappeared prisoners have been granted visitation rights.
Freedom of expression is a fundamental right, indispensable in democratic societies. However, this right is not an absolute right, and may be lawfully restricted according to certain principles and conditions. Under international human rights law, and specifically, article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), the three-part test determines whether a restriction on freedom of expression is legitimate. To find out more, watch our video and learn about UNESCO’s work in fostering freedom of expression: 🤍
We come from different places and backgrounds. We hold different beliefs, values, and ideas. Civil engagement is the path forward. Because two conflicting opinions may not be the only option. Purple means progress. Freedom of expression is more important than ever at MIT. Find out more at 🤍GoACTA.org/Campus-Freedom/MIT
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OKO Press is the one of the first free investigative journalism and fact-checking website in Poland. It is one of the nominees in Index on Censorship's Freedom of Expression Awards 2020 in the Journalism category. They investigate and evaluate statements made by politicians, monitor public spending, and fight for access to public information. Their work also supports grassroots activism; crucial in an environment sliding further and further into authoritarianism and censorship. OKO Press have paved the way for other news sources to follow suit. This has contributed to a safer and stronger public sphere, fighting for immunity from government propaganda. The environment in which they work is becoming increasingly hostile. Political polarisation, lack of transparency, suspicion, threats and withholding of information are common. In the face of this, OKO Press shows resilience and determination.
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