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Hate narratives in online media and on social networks in the Western Balkans adn Turkey

Hate narratives in online media and on social networks in the Western Balkans adn Turkey

Five new research reports are recently published within the Resilience project analyzing hate and disinformation narratives in online media and on social networks targeting migrants, political opponents, critical journalists and minorities in the countries of Western Balkans (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia) and Turkey.

E-publications with five reports are produced within Resilience: Civil Society for Media Free of Hate and Disinformation, a regional project financially supported by the European Union and implemented in the Western Balkans and Turkey by a consortium of media development organizations led by SEENPM. The research component of the Resilience project is led by the Peace Institute, Ljubljana. All publications are available on the SEENPM website.

Turkey hate narratives

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Serbia hate narratives

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North-Macedonia hate narratives

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Montenegro hate narratives

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BiH hate narratives

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Albania2

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Earlier research within the same project elaborated the typical elements of hate, disinformation and propaganda models of media in the Western Balkans and Turkey, and their political and economic foundations. They are reported in the regional overview, seven national reports and in joint comprehensive publication.