Myanmar | How Will We Ever See Change?

Zaw Myo*, a tall Buddhist man as full of laughter as he is determination, leads an organization that addresses Dangerous Speech in Myanmar, where the military and extremist groups continue to commit mass atrocities against the Rohingya minority.

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U.S. | Countering Hate in the Classroom

As a teacher it is my job to make them care about other people, and to understand that we all have biases that need to be challenged. I let them know it is okay to learn each other’s names and show compassion and empathy for everyone in our school and community.

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Global | Understanding Fear and Hatred

We fundamentally believe that it is people like us, who are directly involved in and affected by conflict, tension, or negative sentiment, that ultimately have the power and the tools to transform relationships with others since we understand the dynamics in our own conflicts.

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Nigeria | A Force to be Reckoned With

“[People] listen to the radio almost like a religion. It influences their thinking, perspectives, and whatever they do. There is a strong link between hate speech and a disposition for violence. If there is hate speech now, it is preparing the community for violence in the future.”

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Myanmar | Against the Odds

“Many people don’t realize that Rohingya people have their own ideas to protect their communities. They just need support. Nexus is the only organization I know of that is able to reach community members directly with support for their own ideas and projects.​”

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