Terms of Use for the Geen Haat! (No Hate!) Website

Information on this site may be used for non-commercial purposes under the following terms and conditions:

  1. Reproduced materials may only be associated with the starting points of Geen Haat! and as long as their use contributes to the aim of this initiative (see below);
  2. In all cases, mention as source: www.geenhaat.nl (Netherlands or Belgium) or www.geenhaat.com (other countries);
  3. For the name of this initiative, always use: Geen Haat!, possibly followed by a literal translation, such as in English: Geen Haat! (No Hate!);
  4. Under no circumstances may materials be used for, or be associated with means that are unlawful, pornographic, obscene, defamatory, libelous, threatening, discriminatory, harassing, bullying, vulgar, indecent, hateful, or that encourage criminal conduct;
  5. Personal information about participants of Geen Haat! may only be referred to insofar said information has already been made public on the Geen Haat! website or if the participant has given explicit permission for its use;
  6. Video materials may only be reproduced on the Internet by linking to the original videos on the Geen Haat! YouTube channel. Video fragments may also be used as part of an independent report, as long as these fragments take less than half of the total report duration. HD source files are available for broadcast on other media;
  7. Unless mentioned otherwise, copyright of materials on this website is owned by Johan Oudshoorn en Mark Smit;
  8. Music on this site is © 2010 Moby, used under license from film music moby.com;
  9. Some software used on this site is © 2010 MasterObjects, Inc., used under license from MasterObjects BV;
  10. The "Justin @ FunX Radio" interview is © 2010 FunX, Rotterdam.
  11. The "Altijd Wat" report is © 2010 NCRV, Hilversum.

Starting points of Geen Haat!

  • groups of people should not be excluded nor insulted;
  • we speak out against the spread of hate and division;
  • we do not represent any specific political party, but we voluntarily and collectively subscribe to and express a common message against hate.

Our aim

We want our message to be seen by as many people in the Netherlands as possible, with the following goals:

  • creating awareness of the actual causes of feelings of hate;
  • encouraging political leaders to speak out against the spread of hate.