INACH’s Conference “Cyber Hate Summit – Connecting to Build Bridges” took place on the 5th of October, in Malaga, Spain.
The morning session was about developments and new policies in the field of online hate, with an opening speech by María Teresa Verdugo Moreno (Special Prosecutor on hate crime and hate speech); followed by a keynote from the European Commission about the DSA and a presentation by GPAHE on the situation beyond the EU with developments in the US; afterward there was a panel discussion on AI policy and algorithmic transparency.
The afternoon session was about how to keep up with the times and changes. To kick it off, Arun Mansukhani (a well know expert clinical psychologist) opened with his keynote speech; followed by a panel discussion on innovative initiatives and success stories.
A new feature of our event also debuted this year, our networking fairs. We had one in the morning putting forth CSOs and one in the afternoon focusing on the corporate world. This enabled fruitful discussion and the creation of new partnerships, like never before at an INACH event.
In cooperation with MCI
Supported by the Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values (CERV) Programme of the European Union
Sponsored by Google
Sponsored by TikTok