Sunday, 04 February 2018 16:31
We’re collecting testimonials from people who have been victims of anti-religious hate speech. Our primary goal is to use them in an anonymised version to illustrate the negative effects of these kinds of behaviours. However, we want you to know you own your story – if you would like to share it with us and have any reservations about how you want it used, please let us know and we promise to respect your wishes. Please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact us through any of the social media channels. 
Wednesday, 16 May 2018 12:09
“Sure, I shouldn’t be a bystander” you think to yourself when we ask you to respond to hate speech. “But how do I do that?”   With the help of Facebook’s Create v Hate initiative and the agency Poke London, we’ve produced a campaign teaching people how to win in the Game of Trolls.    It is easy to get carried away in our attempts to stop someone from spreading hate. Don't stoop down to their level. You can be witty, interesting, and protective without being abusive. Be a model for smart, respectful dialogue!   Engage in the conversations that are happening now and make sure you're not resurrecting an old thread full of hate. Sometimes re-opening old conversations will…