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Nairobi Declaration on combat of Hate Speech In and the Republics of Sudan and South Sudan

10-21-2014, 09:18 PM
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Nairobi Declaration on combat of Hate Speech In and the Republics of Sudan and South Sudan

    and the role of the Media in conflict resolution and promoting respect for human rights

    In /and the Republics of Sudan and South Sudan

    A group of journalists working in print, broadcast, online media and writers from the Republics of Sudan and South Sudan participated in a conference organised and hosted by Journalists for Human Rights – JHR-Sudan, at Nairobi, Kenya in October 2014.

    The participants discussed over two days of campaign conference, issues related to combat of hate speech, challenges and priorities in the protection of human rights and promotion of peaceful resolution to the conflicts within and between the two countries, Sudan and South Sudan. The participants agreed upon fighting against hate speech within and between the two countries and issued the Nairobi Declaration against hate speech and insuring the role of the media in conflict sensitive coverage and respect and promotion of human rights in the two countries.

    On the 2nd and 3d, of October 2014, we met - us the undersigned- to discuss the issues mentioned above and on basis of these discussions, we hereby confirm our agreement that:

    The right to freedom of expression, including but not limited to, freedom of the media and right to access to information, and academic freedoms must be respected, protected and fulfilled in both countries;
    The right to non-discrimination must be respected, protected and fulfilled in both countries, and that all persons have a right to equal participation in civil, political, economic, social, and cultural life;
    The governments, public figures, religious and society leaders, civil society activists, should not, and must take the needed measures to combat and fight hate speech, and all forms speech which constitute incitement to hatred, racial and religious discrimination and hostility and violence (hate speech).
    Public figures in both countries have an obligation to refrain from, and take steps to combat, advocacy of national, racial or religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination, hostility or violence (hate speech);

    The two governments, including all public figures must obliged to respect the agreements reached by them and should implement them accordingly.

    Any conflict or disagreement between the governments of Sudan and South Sudan should be resolved through dialogue and non-violent means.
    Respect and implementation of agreements signed between the two countries.
    The two governments must prohibit and criminalize hate speech by and through enactment of appropriate legislations and regulations to combat hate speech.
    Measures taken to monitor and combat hate speech should not be taken as a tool to reduce or hinder the expression of protest against social injustice or indignation of opposition.


    We call upon the governments of Sudan and South Sudan to:

    Respect human rights, including but not limited to the rights to freedom of expression and non-discrimination, to refrain from fueling hate speech and to seek peaceful resolution of conflicts between the two countries and to stop harassment ,intimidation ,repression ,persecution and threatening of journalists and writers.
    Reject the expression of racial or religious discrimination or xenophobia, which openly calls or propose performing procedures target minorities and different population groups.
    establishment of national mechanisms for the protection of the people from hate speech , and addressing racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia, and any form of hate speech and ethnic intolerance and ethnic, religious and regional discrimination.

    We call for the protection of journalists facing intimidation, repression, persecution and threats by all available national, regional, and international mechanisms.

    We further confirm our belief that the media in both Sudan and South Sudan has a central role to play in promoting respect for human rights and peace. We call on all media and journalists in the two countries to:

    Practice responsible and ethical journalism, to combat hate speech and reflect respect for human rights, equality and non-discrimination in all reporting and to challenge all forms hate speech, in reporting on the situation in and between Sudan and South Sudan, for the sake of building peace and stability;
    Stay away and refrain from exercise and encourage dissemination of hate speech.
    Uphold the values of solidarity and advocacy between journalist within and between the two countries.
    Cooperate with each other to promote dialogue and peaceful reconciliation and to combat hate speech,
    Develop code of ethics to defend and promote professionalism and defend freedoms, and combat and ban gender discrimination in media organisations and institutions.


    Agreed upon on 21st of October 2014,

    Adopted and signed by:

    NO
    NAME
    TITLE
    1.
    ALFRED TABAN BAJA
    JUBA MONITOR – SOUTH SUDAN
    2.
    KAMAL ELGZOLI
    LAWYER, POET, WRITER AND HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST - SUDAN
    3.
    ABDELWAHAB ALI YOUSIF BOB
    FREELANCE RESEARCHER - SUDAN
    4.
    ADIL IBRAHIM ABDALLA COLOUR
    ALMIDAN NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    5.
    AHMED BASHIR BABIKER
    TRANSLATOR - SUDAN
    6.
    AHMED KHALIL MOHMED
    ALAYAM NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    7.
    AKOL MEIN KUOL
    WRITER AND POET - SOUTH SUDAN
    8.
    ALAELDIN MAHMOUD KHALID
    SUDANESE JOURNALISTS’ NETWORK - SUDAN
    9.
    ALSIR ALSAID
    RADIO DIRECTOR - SUDAN
    10.
    AMIERA OSMAN HAMID
    WOMEN HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST - SUDAN
    11.
    AMIR ELSUNNI BANNGA
    ALKHARTOUM NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    12.
    ARTHUR GABRIEL
    WRITER - SOUTH SUDAN
    13.
    ATER GARANG ARIATH
    CITIZEN NEWSPAPER – SOUTH SUDAN
    14.
    ATIOL ELMALIK ATIOL
    SOUTH SUDAN RADIO
    15.
    ATOJ PATRES AKNON
    SOUTH SUDAN TVs
    16.
    AWIN MAROTH BOL
    FREELANCE JOURNALIST – SOUTH SUDAN
    17.
    AZZA ABUAOOF
    ALJAREEDA NEWSPAPER – SUDAN
    18.
    BIAR KURCHIEK AYOM
    FREELANCE JOURNALIST, ARTIST, CARICATURIST, PRESIDENT OF BRASH GROUP FOR VISUAL ART – SOUTH SUDAN
    19.
    EMMANUEL MARIO BAFRA
    LAWYER AND WRITER – SOUTH SUDAN
    20.
    ENAAM MOHAMMED ADAM
    ALTAYAR NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    21.
    ENAM MOHAMED ELTAYEB
    JOURNALIST - SUDAN
    22.
    FAISAL ELBAGIR
    JOURNALISTS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS- JHR
    23.
    FRANCIS MAWIEN BAR
    SOUTH SUDAN TV
    24.
    GABRIEL SHADAR
    RADIO MARRIA – SOUTH SUDAN
    25.
    HAIDER ALMUKASHFI
    ALTAGEER NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    26.
    HASSAN FAROUG SIRELKHATIM
    ALRAI ALAM NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    27.
    HASSAN MOHAMED BERKIA
    ALJAREEDA NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    28.
    HUSSEIN SAAD RIZG ALLA
    FREELANCE JOURNALIST - SUDAN
    29.
    IDRIS ELDOMA MAHMOUD
    EDITOR IN CHIEF, ALJAREEDA NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    30.
    INTESAR JADEN - KJ
    SOUTH SUDAN RADIO
    31.
    KENNEDY NEMAYA YATA
    ALRAY NEWSPAPER – SOUTH SUDAN
    32.
    KHALID FATEHI ABDOON
    ALTAYAR NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    33.
    LAURIN ODEIL ABAKA
    FREE VOICE RADIO – SOUTH SUDAN
    34.
    LIEMIA ELJAILI ABUBAKR
    FREELANCE JOURNALIST - SUDAN
    35.
    LILIAN SAMUEL WANI
    SOUTH SUDAN TV – CENTRAL EQUATORIAL STATE
    36.
    LUAL KUOL LUAL DENG
    ABYEI NOW ONLINE NEWSPAPER
    37.
    MADIHA ABDALLA MOHAMEDKHAIR
    EDITOR IN CHIEF, ALMIDAN NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    38.
    MAGED YAHIA ELGONI
    ALJAREEDA NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    39.
    MARY SAMUEL APOLLO
    FREELANCE JOURNALIST – SOUTH SUDAN
    40.
    MASHAIR DARRAG IDRIS
    ALMOSTAQILA NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    41.
    MASHIAR RAMDAN HUSSEIN
    ALAYAM NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    42.
    MATHIANG CIRILO YEL
    EDITOR IN CHIEF, ALMAWGIF NEWSPAPER – SOUTH SUDAN
    43.
    MOHAMED LATIF
    JOURNALIST, TEEBA PRESS - SUDAN
    44.
    MOHAMEDELFATIH HUMMA NYALA
    ALMIDAN NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    45.
    NADIR KHALAFALLH ALAMIN
    ALMAWGIF NEWSPAPER – SOUTH SUDAN
    46.
    NATALE ATEM RING
    LAWYER, MEDIA ACTIVIST – SOUTH SUDAN
    47.
    NICHOLA FRANCO LADO
    JOURNALIST, RADIO DIRECTOR , FREE VOICE RADIO – SOUTH SUDAN
    48.
    NURA WIL DENG MISS
    SOUTH SUDAN TV
    49.
    OYET PATRICK CHARLES
    JOURNALIST - SOUTH SUDAN
    50.
    PHILLIP WILLIAM MBUGO
    JOURNALIST - SOUTH SUDAN
    51.
    QUEEN MAKELELE
    FREELANCE JOURNALIST - SOUTH SUDAN
    52.
    REHEMA SIAMA MONOJA
    JOURNALIST - SOUTH SUDAN
    53.
    RICHARD LADU MOGGA
    MANAGING EDITOR –NEW TIMES NEWSPAPER - SOUTH SUDAN
    54.
    SABAH MOHAMED ADAM
    EDITOR IN CHIEF, CITIZEN NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    55.
    SALMA MAROOF MAGZOUB
    ALYOUM ALTALI NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    56.
    SAMAR DIEFALLA ABDALLA
    CARICATURIST – AKBAR ALYOUM NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    57.
    SAMIR BOL MONOK
    PHOTOJOURNALIST - SOUTH SUDAN
    58.
    SARA TAGALSIER ATIYA
    ALJAREEDA NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    59.
    SHAMSELDIN DAWELBAIT
    PROJECT MANAGER, READING FOR CHANGE - SUDAN
    60.
    SHEIMAA ABU ZINID
    HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST - SUDAN
    61.
    STEPHEN TUT PUOL
    ASSOCIATION FOR MEDIA DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH SUDAN ( AMDISS)
    62.
    SUNDAY EDWARD LASU EYOBO
    SOUTH SUDAN RADIO
    63.
    TARIG ALGOZOLI
    SUDANILE ONLINE NEWSPAPER - SUDAN
    64.
    TILAL AFIFI MAHMOUD AFIFI
    WRITER - SUDAN
    65.
    WADENG ALBINO DENG JUHG
    CITIZEN NEWSPAPER - SOUTH SUDAN
    66.
    WOUR MAJAK AKOL ARIGAM
    JOURNALIST, ABYEI NOW ONLINE NEWSPAPER - SOUTH SUDAN
    67.
    YOBU ANNET MODI KIJJO SOKILI
    FREELANCE JOURNALIST - SOUTH SUDAN
                  

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