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Responding To The Challenge Of Cyberhate: Best Practices

The Internet is the largest marketplace of ideas the world has ever known.  It enables communications, education, entertainment and commerce on an incredible scale.  The Internet has helped to empower the powerless, reunite the separated, connect the isolated, and provide new lifelines for the disabled.  By facilitating communication around the globe, the Internet has been […]

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The Electoral Conduct Inquiry: Results

This is a cross-post from Politics Home by Natascha Engel MP – 29th October 2013 Chair of the APP Inquiry into Electoral Conduct and Labour MP Natascha Engel spells out how Britian can be a world-leader in facing down discrimination Today, the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Electoral Conduct which I chaired published its recommendations. Its main focus […]

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All-Party Electoral Conduct Inquiry: The Rationale

This is a cross-post from the Huffington Post by John Mann MP: In 2006, a cross-party group of MPs reported on their Inquiry into anti-semitism which I had commissioned. That report featured 35 recommendations for government, parliament and civil society. A great number of those recommendations have been successfully actioned, but one in particular has […]

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