Survey on online hate speech for young people and teachers

31 October 2018EU news

The SELMA project aims to help make the Internet a better and safer place, where people interact with each other in a tolerant and non-discriminatory way.
This survey aims to capture and understand better what online hate speech is, and how young people, between 13 and 18, and teachers can respond to it.
The survey is anonymous and available in several languages until 9th November 2018.
It takes between 10 and 20 minutes to fill it.
Find out more here.


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