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Hate speech is defined as publishing, propagating, or advocating anything that could reasonably be construed to demonstrate a clear intention to be harmful or to incite harm, or promote or propagate hatred on the following grounds:

  • Age
  • Albinism
  • Birth
  • Colour
  • Culture
  • Disability
  • Ethnic or social origin
  • Gender or gender identity
  • HIV status
  • Language
  • Nationality, migrant or refugee status
  • Race
  • Religion
  • Sex, which includes intersex
  • Sexual orientation

Harm is defined as any emotional, psychological, physical, social, or economic harm.

A hate crime is defined as an offence recognised under any law where the perpetrator was motivated by prejudice or intolerance based on any of the above characteristics.