Hate speech is violation of the human rights and a social phenomenon with deep causes, that usually emerges from particular contexts of unequal social and power relations in society and when social norms and privileges of some are challenged. (de Latour, Nina Perger, Ron Salaj, Tocchi and Viejo Otero, ’17).

We believe that to build this society that we visualize as more tolerant diverse and to decrease the hate speech crimes, in a first instance, we need to have a deep understanding of this phenomenon, by demonstrating the psychologic and social causes and consequences that it can brings not only for the young survivors from these crimes, but also for the oppressors and for ultimate instance, for all society.