12
Oct 2014
OHPI stands against racism. You can see a detailed list of all our publications on online racism here. However, we take a particular interest in campaigning against online hate against Indigenous Australians. Below is...

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5
Sep 2014
One of the most significant forms of hate speech that OHPI combats is online racism. The Macquarie Dictionary (Sixth Edition, 2013) defines racism as: noun 1.  the belief that human races have distinctive characteristics...

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18
Aug 2014
Last month, OHPI registered a big win when after 5 months of campaigning Facebook finally closed an Aboriginal Memes page permanently. It took numerous reports by OHPI and its supporters, and an article in...

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15
Jul 2014
Humour can be a powerful tool. It can break down barriers and allow the inappropriate or impolite to be said. Through humour deep fear can be broached and established power structures challenged. Humour, however,...

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11
Jul 2014
The Age, July 10, 2014, reporter Mahesh Sharma. Title: Facebook accused of allowing hate speech http://www.smh.com.au/digital-life/digital-life-news/facebook-accused-of-allowing-hate-speech-20140710-zszzl.html   Facebook rejected a request to take down a page that contained content ridiculing Aboriginal people. Photo: Supplied...

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