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Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Miscellaneous, grade: A- bzw. 1,7, Central European University Budapest (Department of Public Policy), course: Enabling Policies for Responding to 'Hate Speech' in Practice, language: English, abstract: In 2004, the German physical education instructor Stefan Herre founded the Islamophobic and extreme right website 'Politically Incorrect'. What started as a small blog of an individual is today the largest German-speaking website for the extreme right and Islam enemies (Spiegel Online 2011). It is ranked among the thousand biggest German websites in terms of traffic and more than 60,000 people visit daily 'Politically Incorrect'. A large part of them come from Austria and Switzerland (Frankfurter Rundschau 2011). Unfortunately, this example shows that even today, more than 60 years after fascism, Muslims often face hostility in both Germany and Austria. The so called 'Hate Speech', and the institutionalization of 'Hate Speech' by websites like 'Politically Incorrect', account for a large part of this hostility. Therefore, the state, which has the responsibility of protecting its citizens, has also the duty to develop effective ways of responding to 'Hate Speech'. This term paper deals with the question whether Germany or Austria have these effective policies for responding to 'Hate Speech'. And if yes, which one of these two countries has better legal or extralegal ways for a response.
The nova war spreads across the galaxy, as the Emissaries wage a fierce and reckless campaign. They&#8217;ve already reached human-occupied space and forced the alien Shoal into a desperate retreat. And when Dakota leaves to pursue a lead, Corso&#8217;s luck turns bad. Now commanding a fleet of human-piloted Magi ships, his authority crumbles before assassination attempts and politically motivated sabotage. Their best hope lies with Ty Whitecloud, currently light years beyond Consortium borders. Only Ty can decipher messages left behind by ancient star travellers &#8211; which could be crucial to their cause. But Whitecloud is imprisoned onboard a dying coreship, awaiting execution for war crimes against Corso&#8217;s own people. For humanity&#8217;s very survival, Corso must get to Whitecloud and keep him alive. If Dakota doesn&#8217;t kill him first. &#8216;A sharp, distinctive piece of Sci-Fi, and Gibson has certainly proved himself a name to watch out for&#8217; SFX &#8216;Amazing energy &#8230; establishes Gary Gibson as a leading light of modern SF&#8217; FantasyBookCritic blog
Praise for The Scarred Woman &#8220;Scandinavian crime novels don&#8217;t get much darker than Jussi Adler-Olsen&#8217;s Department Q police procedurals.&#8221;&#8212;Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review &#8220;[S]atisfyingly dark, both in tone and content...an undeniable page-turner.&#8221;&#8212; Publishers Weekly &#8220;[R]iveting...All of the Department Q books contain dark humor, high satire, social commentary&#8212;not always politically correct&#8212;and grand villains, with The Scarred Woman being no exception.&#8221;&#8212;BookReporter &#8220;[M]esmerizing...The cleverly devised plot paints a fascinating tale of murder and mayhem with a touch of witty and subtle humor.&#8221;&#8212;Fresh Fiction &#8220;You&#8217;ll be desperate to figure out the identity of the scarred woman as the suspense drives toward a deadly and at times comical conclusion.&#8221;&#8212;Associated Press &#8220;The novel is eerily timely...[and] the relationship and banter between Carl and his associate Assad, with Assad's &#8216;linguistic blunders,&#8217; continue to elicit chuckles. Adler-Olsen is deadly serious, though, and compassionate when it comes to poor, traumatized Rose. She may have emotional scars but her friends have got her back.&#8221;&#8212; Shelf Awareness &#8220;The legions of readers still enjoying the Millennium books will devour this seventh in a series starring the officers of Copenhagen&#8217;s cold-case unit, Department Q.&#8221;&#8212; Booklist &#8220;Filled with dark humor and tight plotting....Highly recommended.&#8221;&#8212;Spinetingler Magazine &#8220;Highly recommended as dark literature written with beauty and class.&#8221;&#8212;The Suspense Is Thrilling Me Blog &#8220;[A] superbly constructed multi-layered mystery.&#8221;&#8212;Murder, Mayhem, and More Praise for Jussi Adler-Olsen's Department Q series &#8220;It can be hard to distinguish Scandinavian crime writers&#8212;there are a lot of them, and their names have consonant clusters and umlauts and all that jazz&#8212;but Jussi Adler-Olsen is a name to know. In a crowded genre, Adler-Olsen is an outlier.&#8221;&#8212;GQ.com &#8220;If you like the dark humor, wisecracking, and layered betrayals of Raymond Chandler, then read Adler-Olsen&#8217;s Department Q series.&#8221;&#8212; Men's Journal &#8220;Thrilling, clever, and driven by a rough-hewn protagonist.&#8221;&#8212; Paste Magazine &#8220;A tense, pleasurable read.&#8221;&#8212; USA Today &#8220;[A] sordid tale&#8230; inspired by actual events during a dark period of Danish history. Ah, but there is more, so much more in this frenzied thriller.&#8221;&#8212; The New York Times Book Review &#8220;Adler-Olsen merges story lines...with ingenious aplomb, effortlessly mixing hilarities with horrors...This crime fiction tour de force could only have been devised by an author who can even turn stomach flu into a belly laugh.&#8221;&#8212; Publishers Weekly (starred review) &#8220;This series has enough twists to captivate contemporary mystery readers and enough substance and background to entertain readers with historical and literary tastes.&#8221;&#8212; Library Journal (starred review) &#8220;When your series relies on cold cases, it&#8217;s not always easy to craft plots that have both historical interest and an air of urgency, but it&#8217;s something Adler-Olsen is very good at.&#8221;&#8212; Booklist
Since 2003, obstetrician Alice Rothchild has traveled annually to Israel/Palestine with other concerned Americans, to learn about health and human rights situation of politically marginalized communities, especially Palestinians. Condition Critical presents key blog posts and analytical essays that explore everyday life in Israel, East Jerusalem, the West Bank, and Gaza up close and with searing honesty. These eyewitness reports and intimate stories depict the critical condition of a region suffering from decades-old wounds of colonization and occupation. Condition Critical dares (and inspires) its readers to examine the painful consequences of Zionism and Israeli expansion and to bend the arc of the moral universe towards justice.
Richard Mabey, one of Britain's leading nature writers, looks in A Good Parcel of English Soil at the relationship between city and country, and how this brings out the power of nature - part of a series of twelve books tied to the twelve lines of the London Underground, as Tfl celebrates 150 years of the Tube with Penguin Richard Mabey's A Good Parcel of English Soil, his essay on the Metropolitan line, is one of the most compelling segments of Penguin's Underground Lines ... eclectic and broad-minded ... elegantly written' Observer 'Authors include the masterly John Lanchester, the children of Kids Company, comic John O'Farrell and social geographer Danny Dorling. Ranging from the polemical to the fantastical, the personal to the societal, they offer something for every taste. All experience the city as a cultural phenomenon and notice its nature and its people. Read individually they're delightful small reads, pulled together they offer a particular portrait of a global city' Evening Standard 'Exquisitely diverse' The Times 'Eclectic and broad-minded ... beautifully designed' Tom Cox, Observer 'A fascinating collection with a wide range of styles and themes. The design qualities are excellent, as you might expect from Penguin with a consistent look and feel while allowing distinctive covers for each book. This is a very pleasing set of books' A Common Reader blog 'The contrasts and transitions between books are as stirring as the books themselves ... A multidimensional literary jigsaw' Londonist 'A series of short, sharp, city-based vignettes - some personal, some political and some pictorial ... each inimitable author finds that our city is complicated but ultimately connected, full of wit, and just the right amount of grit' Fabric Magazine 'A collection of beautiful books' Grazia [Praise for Richard Mabey]: 'Radiant, tingle-making prose has earned Mabey literary prizes and a multitude of fans', Daily Mail 'Richard Mabey is a man for all seasons, most regions and every kind of landscape', Andrew Motion Financial Times 'Refreshing, droll, politically alert, occasionally self-mocking, he has the enviable ability both to write historical overview and also to slip into the woods like a dryad, bringing us back to the trees themselves, their colours and lights and textures', Guardian Richard Mabey has been described as 'Britain's greatest living nature writer' and is a frequent contributor to the BBC.