Taking action against hate crime and hate speech

The date 22 July was proposed by the young people taking part in the No Hate Speech campaign to commemorate the victims of the 2011 terrorist attacks against the Government Quarter in Oslo, Norway and on Utøya. The explosion in the Government Quarter and the massacre on Utøya 22 July 2011 claimed 77 lives, many of them young people. 

Go to the No Hate Speech Movement website and join the campaign against hate speech, racism and discrimination in their online expression. There you can also find out more about how you can get involved and what you can do on the action day. Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway share the values of human rights and tolerance. As donors of the EEA and Norway Grant they are strategic partners to the Council of Europe’s No Hate Speech Movement on combating hate speech.