Thirteen languages. Ten principles. One conversation.
Po Polsku! Our 10 draft principles translated into Polish by Maciej Stasiński of Gazeta Wyborcza
Marianthi Palazi translated our 10 draft principles on free speech into Greek.
En 2005, l’arrêt I.A. contre Turque constituait un précédent controversé concernant l’interprétation restrictive de l’article 10 de la Convention européenne des droits de l’homme au nom de la religion explique Michèle Finck
Members of our multilingual team produce a Mexican wave of sound, reciting two principles in their native tongues.
10 aluspõhimõtte visand, tõlkinud Martin Ehala. Our 10 draft principles translated into Estonian.
Scott A Hale explores the effect of language in seeking and imparting information on the broader web.
In 2010, the Canadian National Institute for the Blind almost closed its library because of funding issues. Yet some argue that those who can't read Braille are akin to illiterates, writes Katie Engelhart.
"Stretch friends" - individuals who are outside of your social circle online - will help break down cultural barriers.
To mark the launch of the St Antony's International Review, a panel of experts discuss Ushahidi technology, academic journals in Latin America and the geographies of the world's knowledge.
Hate speech legislation chills freedom of expression more than it protects vulnerable minorities. Free speech lawyer Ivan Hare takes issue with Jeremy Waldron.
Jeremy Waldron, professor of social and political theory at Oxford University, argues the case for legislation against hate speech
A trio of human rights experts elaborate on the definition of dangerous speech and consider how hate speech is protected both in Europe and under the first amendment in the US.
Professor Ayşe Kadıoğlu of Sabancı University speaks of her experience growing up in Turkey where taboos, many imposed by law, have trapped citizens "in a state of immaturity".
Kerem Öktem compares how the governments of Bulgaria and Turkey treat the language rights of their most important minorities.