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Hate Hatao Right Now! CJP launches new app to check spread of hate and inciteful speech

From their inception, Communalism Combat (Sabrang India)  and Citizens for Justice and Peace, have been committed to combating hate speech, given how it often incites violence against marginalised communities. From our on-ground work through dialogue and Mohalla Committees to winning the NASSCOM Award for our technology driven Peace Map initiative, we have aimed to constantly forge innovative…

Hate Watch: CJP writes to NHRC regarding hate on Facebook Flags profile of Hindutva activist Deepak Sharma

CJP has written to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), highlighting one of many Facebook profiles that engage in hate speech online. The profile belongs to one Deepak Sharma, who has previously been embroiled in multiple controversies, first gaining notoriety when he released video allegedly depicting him beating up a young boy, and accusing him…

We fought Hate, with all our Heart CJP’s resilient struggle against a growing atmosphere of hate and online vitriol in 2018

In a long tradition of fighting hate and its commitment to secular and peace enforcing values, right from the Bombay riots of 92-93, Gujarat massacre of 2012 and Ayodhya dispute, CJP kept its #JungJaari to combat hate, acrimony and online vitriol. Even as sane voices kept drowning in mainstream media’s high pitched supposedly nationalist and…

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Hate Watch: CJP’s complaint over hate-filled content on Zee News continues CJP responds to NBSA over letter from Zee Media Corporation

CJP received a response from Zee Media Corporation Ltd. (ZMCL) after we first sent a letter, and then filed a complaint with the News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA), over hate-filled and violence-inducing content aired on Zee News in June 2018. CJP has since responded to the NBSA, requesting that our complaint may be pursued further.…

UP SHRC directs DM to act on CJP’s complaint against Hate campaign in Amroha Attempts were made to incite violence between Dalits and Muslims

In February 2018, fake news of forced conversion of Dalits in Amroha district of Uttar Pradesh began to circulate on social media. It emerged that this was a willful campaign on misinformation, designed to pit Dalits against Muslims. CJP complained to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC). The UP State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has now…

हेट वॉच- धर्म संसद में हुए नफ़रतपूर्ण भाषणों के ख़िलाफ़ CJP ने दर्ज कराई शिकायत हिंसा भड़काने व सामंजस्य बिगाड़ने वालों पर हम कड़ी कार्यवाही की मांग करते हैं

बीते जुलाई महीने की 22 तारीख़ को हरियाणा में एक धार्मिक सभा का आयोजन हुआ जिसे धर्म संसद कहा गया. इस सभा में ऐसे बहुतेरों को मंच मिला जो भारतीय समाज के सुद्रिण ताने-बाने को तोड़ने की, लोगों को समुदायों में बाँट देने की, उत्पात, हिंसा और नफ़रत फैलाने की बात करते हैं. CJP ने…

Hate Watch: CJP files complaint over hate-filled speeches at Dharm Sansad Seeks action against statements inciting violence, disharmony

A recent religious conclave, or Dharm Sansad, held in July, became a platform for multiple individuals to deliver hate-filled speeches inciting violence against sections of Indians, particularly those from marginalised communities. CJP took note of this event, where a whole host of measures ostensibly to protect Hindu culture in India were proposed. Multiple controversial matters…

Hate Watch: CJP files complaint over hate-filled Zee News show Seeks action from NBSA against violence-inducing content

CJP has filed an official complaint with the NBSA over ‘inciteful’ and violence-inducing content aired by Zee News. We took note after Zee News saw fit to air divisive content on June 30, 2018, during its ‘Kya Kehta Hai India’ programme. The show, a poetry meet or kavi sammelan, featured multiple poets who called for widespread violence…

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