Hate Speech by Public Authorities/State Officials & the Issues of Disciplinary Punishment, 2014-2016
The present research paper is a review of the hate speech usage practice in Georgian politics between the years 2014-2016. It consists of the analysis of domestic legal acts, limiting the use of hate speech, and also, to eradicate hate speech among Georgian political actors, it proposes – based on the review of actual legal acts and/or established practices of other countries – self-regulation mechanisms for them.
Publication Date: April, 2016
Publisher: Georgian Democracy Initiative
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