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Calling upon all parties to continue to ... exercise maximum restraint in their actions and statements, to refrain from provocations such as violence and violent speeches, so as not to further inflame the situation,

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Taking note of [UN Mission] and Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights report on the Freedom of Expression in [affected country], condemning the use of media to broadcast hate speech and transmit messages instigating violence against a particular ethnic group, a practice that has the potential to play a significant role in promoting mass violence and exacerbating conflict, and calling on [Government of affected country] to immediately condemn and counter increasing hate speech and ethnic violence and to promote reconciliation among its people, including through a process of justice and accountability,

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Condemns all acts of incitement to violence, in particular on an ethnic or religious basis, that undermine the peace, stability or security of [affected country] and decides that individuals and entities who commit such acts and then engage in or provide support for acts that undermine the peace, stability or security of [affected country] could meet the designation criteria specified in [paragraph of Security Council resolution providing for the imposition of Security Council sanctions on individuals and entities listed by relevant Security Council sanctions Committee as engaging in or providing support for acts that undermine the peace, stability or security of affected country];

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[pp. 7] Condemning in the strongest terms incitement to ethnic and religious hatred and violence ... [op. 6] Demands that all militias and armed groups ... cease ... incitement to hatred and violence, ... and urges all political and institutional actors in [affected country] to strongly condemn and hinder such acts;

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The Security Council expresses further grave concern over accounts of inter-communal violence and calls upon [Government of affected country], to take all necessary measures to counter incitement to violence or hatred and restore peace and inter-communal harmony through dialogue, a comprehensive reconciliation process and by respecting the rule of law.

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The Security Council strongly condemns all public statements, coming from in or outside the country, that incite violence or hatred towards different groups in [affected country’s] society, including calls for forced impregnation of women and girls. It ... and calls on [Government of affected country] to ensure that those responsible for such acts are held accountable. It strongly urges [Government of affected country] and all parties to cease and reject any kind of violence and condemn any public statement inciting violence or hatred,

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Decides that the mandate of [UN Mission] shall be as follows, and authorizes [UN Mission] to use all necessary means to perform the following tasks: ... (b) [(c) in 2406] Monitoring, and investigating human rights: ... (iii) To monitor, investigate and report on incidents of hate speech and incitement to violence in cooperation with the UN Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide;

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Strongly condemning all public statements, coming from in or outside the country, that incite violence or hatred towards different groups in [affected country’s] society,

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Decides that the mandate of [UN Mission] shall be the following: ... (i) Public information – ... To monitor any public incidents of incitement to hatred, intolerance and violence, and bring to the attention of the Council all individuals identified as instigators of political violence, and to keep the Committee established [by the Security Council to oversee the implementation of sanctions regime in relation to the situation in affected country] informed of any significant developments in this regard, when appropriate

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Reaffirming its condemnation of all incitements to violence against civilians in situations of armed conflict, and condemning the use of the media to incite violence, genocide, crimes against humanity and other serious violations of international humanitarian law

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Strongly condemning ... the incitement to commit [violations of international humanitarian law and violations and abuses of human rights], further condemning harassment and targeting of ... journalists ...

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Decides that [affected States] shall take the following actions with immediate effect unless otherwise specified below: (vi) Immediately cease hostile propaganda and inflammatory statements in the media ...

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Condemning unequivocally all provocative action and statements that constitute incitement to discrimination, hostility, hatred and violence made by any party,

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Underlines that it is fully prepared to impose targeted measures against persons to be designated by the [sanction] Committee ... who are determined to be, among other things: ... (e) Inciting publicly hatred and violence ...

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Urges every [citizen of the affected State] to refrain from any call for hatred, intolerance and violence, notes with interest that in his report ... the Secretary-General encouraged the Security Council to impose targeted sanctions against media actors who fan political tension and incite violence and reiterates that it is fully prepared to impose targeted measures ..., including among other things against persons who are determined to be a threat to the peace and national reconciliation process in [the affected country] or to be publicly inciting hatred and violence.

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Reaffirms its condemnation of all incitements to violence against civilians in situations of armed conflict, further reaffirms the need to bring to justice, in accordance with applicable international law, individuals who incite such violence, and indicates its willingness, when authorizing missions, to consider, where appropriate, steps in response to media broadcast inciting genocide, crimes against humanity and serious violations of international humanitarian law.

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Decides that all States shall take the necessary measures, for a period of twelve months, to prevent the entry into or transit through their territories of all persons ... who constitute a threat to the peace and national reconciliation process in [the affected State], [including] any other person who incites publicly hatred and violence ... provided that nothing in this paragraph shall oblige a State to refuse entry into its territory to its own nationals.

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Reaffirms its condemnation of all incitements to violence against civilians in situations of armed conflict, further reaffirms the need to bring to justice individuals who incite or otherwise cause such violence, and indicates its willingness, when authorizing missions, to consider, where appropriate, steps in response to media broadcasts inciting genocide, crimes against humanity and serious violations of international humanitarian law.

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