Abstract or Introduction
"Hate Propaganda is often not a symptom of hatred between groups. Rather it is the cause of the hatred" (J. Belman). Through critical analysis of hate speech and its relationship to hateful behaviour, in an international context and domestic setting, a partly interdisciplinary response to the global epidemic of hate speech and the laws which prohibit and govern it, is engaged.
- Quote paper
- Caitlin Galpin (Author), 2014, International Law and Human Rights. Hate Speech as a Symptom and Cause of Hatred, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/303491