The Phobia about the Armenians in Azerbaijani kid’s Literature

Hovik Avanesov, Anjela Elibegova, Arina Grigoryan Anti-Armenian policy and military rhetoric are an inseparable part of the foreign and internal policy of the Republic of Azerbaijan. The mentioned policy was also reflected in the Azerbaijani kid’s literature. The research focuses on the phobia about the Armenians in children’s literary works of Azerbaijani writers and their influence on the world outlook of the youth of Azerbaijan. Based on the results of the monitoring and research carried out by the authors, a number of facts have been presented which testify the systemic nature of anti-Armenian policy implemented by Azerbaijan.

United Nations Strategy and Plan of Action on Hate Speech

in Russian – https://aga-tribunal.info/en/speech_2/ Full document is on UN web site (PDF, 5 pages). About these UN activities since May 2019 – here (videos). Around the world, we are seeing a disturbing groundswell of xenophobia, racism and intolerance – including rising anti-Semitism, anti-Muslim hatred and persecution of Christians. Social media and other forms of communication are being exploited as platforms for bigotry. Neo-Nazi and white supremacy movements are on the march. Public discourse is being weaponized for political gain with incendiary rhetoric that stigmatizes and dehumanizes minorities, migrants, refugees, women and any so-called “other”.

Adama Dieng (UN) on hate speech

in Russian – https://aga-tribunal.info/en/dieng_1 Adama Dieng, the United Nations Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide: “Words kill as surely as bullets.” Bringing a historical perspective to current trends, he examines the roots of the problem and offers potential solutions that focus on the world’s youth. Mr. Dieng was central to the development of the United Nations Strategy and Plan of Action on Hate Speech, which contains ideas on how to address the root causes and drivers of hate speech and how to reduce its impact on societies.