This event is Part I of the Colloquium, The Damages of “Hate Speech” & Tools for Improved Responses
Initiator and main organizer of the colloquium is Rafto Laureate 1989 Peter Molnár, co-founder of the Rafto Free Speech to Overcome “Hate Speech” Program, with Rafto Laureates 1997 Ian Hancock and 2011 Frank Mugisha.
09:30 Welcoming Remarks
09.50 Session 1 – The history and identity of Roma people
11:45 Session 2 – Types and damages of Anti-Gypsyism
14:15 Session 3 – Didactic methods and tools for improving responses to Anti-Gypsyism
16:15 Session 4 - Didactic methods and tools for improving responses to Anti-Gypsyism (cont.)
For a detailed program, please see the documents attached