Call for national coordinators

Are you active in working against hate speech and for human rights in your country?
Would you be interested in becoming a National Coordinator of the No Hate Speech network?

The No Hate Speech Network originates from the No Hate Speech Movement (2013-2018) and engages activists and organisations from tens of European countries. At the heart of the Movement were the national activities and coordination taken on by NGOs and public representatives.

Now we invite you who wish to network and generate activity as part of the network as national coordinators.

Please notice the deadline for submissions on 20 February.


  • Have experience working for human rights and against hate speech, from human rights education or from having been involved in the No Hate Speech Network or No Hate Speech Movement previously.
  • Have a relevant network  of actors in the field of human rights countering hate speech in your country.
  • Are motivated to use time and resources on engaging in national activities and international networking.

What will be my responsibility?

As national coordinator you are expected to implement activities agreed upon on a national level, follow the guidelines for a human rights based approach of the network and take part in international coordinators meetings online (and offline if we will have funding for this in the future).

What will be the next steps?

In the second half of February we have an open online meeting to review the findings in the survey and discuss how national coordination could look like and prepare for the upcoming reunion in Brussels.

From 14th to 16th of March there is a network reunion in Brussels where we will develop a national coordination pilot program that you can take part in shaping. (There will only be a limited number of places at the event and partial reimbursements, please see previous reunion).

Please submit the survey and confirm your interest in becoming national coordinator. From the applications the board will approve participants to the national coordination pilot.

Best regards

Working Group on National Coordination