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Minorities and Hatred: Protections and Implications

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights
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Nazila Ghanea Lecturer in International Human Rights Law, University of Oxford, UK

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Abstract

The international concern with minorities has benefitted from a range of rationales and gone through a number of permutations over recent decades. Within these are included a wide spectrum of objectives from concern with their very obliteration covered under genocide instruments to soft law instruments concerned with their positive flourishing. This article will address just one aspect of those concerns – those protecting minorities from hate speech.

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