The UNDP honors the global efforts of youngsters on the third International Day of Countering Hate Speech. A little over 70% of the people targeted by hate and violence on the internet are members of minority groups, such as the Roma, Dalits, people of African origin, migrants, and refugees, according to the UN Special Rapporteur on Minority Issues. Online hate speech is becoming a bigger threat to societal cohesiveness, tolerance, and peace in the modern digital age. On social media sites, hateful statements masquerading as memes, comments, and postings spread like wildfire, vilifying marginalized communities, dividing people, and instigating violence. The complexity that the youth population today faces is increased by the opportunities and challenges that the emergence of artificial intelligence brings.

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