Monitoring and Detecting OnLine Hate Speech

MANDOLA project wants to make a bold step towards improving our understanding of the prevalence and spread of on-line hate speech and towards empowering ordinary citizens to monitor and report hate speech. The objectives of this project are:

  • To monitor the spread and penetration of on-line hate-related speech in Europe and in Member States using big-data approaches, while investigating the possibility to distinguish, amongst monitored contents, between potentially illegal hate-related speeches and potentially non illegal hate-related speeches.
  • To provide policy makers with actionable information that can be used to promote policies that mitigate the spread of on-line hate speech.
  • To provide ordinary citizens with useful tools that can help them deal with on-line hate speech or bystanders or even as victims.
  • To transfer best practices among Member States.
  • To set up a reporting infrastructure that will connect concerned citizens with police forces and which will enable the reporting of illegal hate-related speech.

WS4 Mandola Stakeholders Survey

The following 25 question survey collects information about different experiences with online hate speech by users across Europe and outside. It can be answered in 5-7 minutes. Please respond.

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