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Two Points of View on Hate Speech. Public lectures by Sina Laubenstein (Germany) and Oksana Moroz (Russia) in Moscow

Two Points of View on Hate Speech. Public lectures by Sina Laubenstein (Germany) and Oksana Moroz (Russia) in Moscow
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October 2018

Our first public lectures on the ever-relevant topic of hate speech took place on October 4 in Moscow.

Our German guest Sina Laubenstein, the No Hate Speech Movement coordinator of the Neue deutsche Medienmacher foundation, shared European experience of combating hate speech. Culture expert Oksana Moroz, MSSES and RANEPA assistant professor, CultLook bureau for digital humanities studies academic director, presented the Russian view on the problem.

Video of both lectures will be available on our website soon.    


  • Sina Laubenstein (Germany): “Hate Speech: the Strategies of Fighting Back. The German and European Point of View”
  • Oksana Moroz (Russia): “Complaints, Reposts and Censorship: How People and Machines Combat Hate Speech Online”

Sina Laubenstein is the No Hate Speech Movement coordinator of the Neue deutsche Medienmacher foundation, Germany. Oksana Moroz is a culture expert, MSSES and RANEPA assistant professor, CultLook bureau for digital humanities studies academic director.

Both study the problem of hate speech and its propagation through the media, and they will share their respective points of view representing Europe and Russia. Afterwards, the audience will have an opportunity to share opinions and engage in a discussion.

Start: 6 p.m., October 4

Free admission, prior registration required


Venue: 11 Prechistenskaya embankment, bldg. 1, room 11

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