Promote an anti-discrimination culture – which should be the heritage of the entire national community, as indicated by the Constitution – and bring coexistence and people’s rights back to the center of public debate and political programs. This is the commitment that the National Network against hate speech and phenomenaasks to candidates in the next administrative elections. A commitment, to be extended also during the mandate phase, and not only during the electoral campaign, by being aware of the failures that hate speech can produce in fomenting discrimination, and invading spaces for public and democratic confrontation.
For this reason, we ask the candidates in the next administrative elections to sign the Vademecum proposed by the Network against the use of hate speech in politics.
More information on the website of the National Network for Contrasting Speeches and Hate Phenomena.