Silha Center : University of Minnesota Media and Communications Policy : Media Policy & First Amendment Foundation : The Media Institute : Free Speech, Media Regulation, Content Controls Mason Cable Network JEA Words and deeds By Flemming Rose In 2005 Flemming Rose commissioned the cartoons of the prophet Mohammed that sparked protests and riots across the world. In an exclusive book extract, Rose explains why bans on hate speech across Europe are based on a false understanding of its role in the Holocaust Besides the issue of self-censorship, the debate ensuing from the [Danish] cartoons revealed a number of fractures in European culture and self-understanding. The assertion that Nazi propaganda had played a significant role in mobilising anti-Jewish sentiment is irrefutable. In the wake of the Holocaust, European democracies concluded that a ban on hate speech could prevent, or at least contain, racist violence and killings. Hate speech in authoritarian regimes The ball began rolling with the UN International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights in 1965, which entered into force a year later, and the UN Convention on Racial Discrimination of 1965, which took effect in 1969. Grievance lobbies and insult
The Media Institute obsessive blonde NEWSPA Northeastern Wisconsin Scholastic Press Association Latest News Save the date — NEWSPA 2015 will be April 22 Need financial assistance to attend the 2015 conference? NEWSPA will again be offering financial assistance for schools needing help to pay for busing or substitute teachers to attend the annual conference. Spring 2014 Newsletter and conference program online Learn what's planned for the 2014 NEWSPA conference and more. Support Fond du Lac High School's Cardinal Columns;students criticize superintendent decision, ask for support Teachers in the English Department at Fond du Lac High School created, signed and shared a statement over the recent decision by Supt. In addition, Cardinal Columns co-editor Tanvi Kumar and UWO journalism professor Vince Filak talk to Wisconsin Public Radio about the recent prior review policy. Congratulations to NEWSPA member schools on Branen Scholarship The Wisconsin Newspaper Association recently presented the William E. For students only For advisers only
Astrolabio. Revista electrónica de Filosofía La reciente divulgación de unas caricaturas maliciosas sobre la figura de Mahoma ha vuelto a poner sobre la mesa el tema de la libertad de expresión. Es un asunto de esencial interés tanto para la estructura política de las democracias occidentales, como para la ideología imperante en sus sociedades. En ningún debate serio se cuestiona abiertamente la necesidad de sostener la democracia con la libertad de expresión, pero no siempre se entra en todas las implicaciones prácticas de la cuestión. En el artículo de Iñigo González se retrocede a la época de la invasión americana de Irak, que dio lugar a numerosos episodios de conflicto mediático, para analizar la conveniencia del control de las imágenes ateniéndonos al riesgo de espectacularización mediática de las representaciones del mundo, que son, al cabo, las referencias inmediatas de que disponemos para construir nuestra particular y personal imagen del mundo. Cadáveres privados y cadáveres públicos. La censura del miedo.
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