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Advocates register hundreds of cases of hate speech in mass media that work in Crimea

29.03.2018, 17:48
In the media outlets that work in Crimea annexed by Russia, there are hundreds of registered cases of hate speech against Ukrainians, Crimean Tatars, supporters of Euromaidan, members of Mejlis, muslims, parishioners of Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Kyiv Patriarchy, and other groups. This information was in the report of Ukrainian advocates about hate speech in the information space of Crimea in the period from 2014 to 2017, which was presented in Kyiv on March 25, Krym.Realii reports. According to the expert of the Crimean Advocacy Group Iryna Sedova, during the monitoring, 718 examples of hate speech were identified. The largest number of cases were found in the following mass media: “Kryminform” – 23%, “Forpost” – 35%, NTS Sevastopol – 13%, “RIA Krym” – 15%.
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