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Dr Natalie Alkiviadou

University of Central Lancashire Cyprus &
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Natalie Alkiviadou is a lecturer in European Union Law and Human Rights. Her research interests are the far-right, hate speech and hate crime. In May 2019 her monograph entitled 'The Far-Right in International and European Law' was published by Routledge. Selective publications of the year 2018 include:Alkiviadou N, 'Regulating Hatred: Of Devils and Demons' (2018) International Journal of Law and Discrimination Alkiviadou N, 'Hate Speech on Social Media Networks: Towards a Regulatory Framework? (2018) Information & Communications Technology LawAlkiviadou N, 'The Legal Regulation of Hate Speech: The International and European Frameworks' (2018) Croatian Political Science Review Alkiviadou N, 'Sustainable Enjoyment of Economic and Social Rights in Times of Crisis: Obstacles to Overcome and Bridges to Cross' (2018) European Journal of Law Reform She has drafted handbooks, strategy papers and shadow reports for projects funded by the Anna Lindh Foundation, the European Commission and the European Youth Foundation, on themes such as the rights of domestic workers in Cyprus, hate crime and extremism in young people and ENAR's shadow reports on Hate Crime in Cyprus and Afrophobia in Cyprus .