Guide Action Plan
In order for you to get started with your cyber hate work, it is important to write your intended measures in an action plan.
Guide Backing up a colleague or an active member of your organization
This is what you should do to respond to and support colleagues, staff, or other active members in your organization in a situation of cyber hate. The tips are based on Make Equal’s own guidelines.
Guide Counteract gaslighting, listen inclusively!
For all of us with privileges who want to be allies and take in different perspectives.
Guide Delete your Facebook account
The Cyber Hate Assistant has developed a guide on how to delete your Facebook account. You can either choose to remove the account permanently or temporarily disable the account.
Guide Delete your Instagram account
The Cyber Hate Assistant has developed a guide on how to delete your Instagram account. You can either choose to remove the account permanently or temporarily disable the account.
Guide Delete your Snapchat account
The Cyber Hate Assistant has developed a guide on how to get rid of your Snapchat account permanently.
Guide Delete your Twitter account
The Cyber Hate Assistant has developed a guide on how to get rid of your Twitter account permanently.
Guide Distribution of responsibility in situations of cyber hate
Download our document to develop a plan for distribution of responsibility before the problem arises.
Guide Facilitating questions for developing core values
If you can already answer these questions, you are well on your way. Otherwise, use them to show what can be good to know about before starting.
Guide Find the source of the cyber hate
Use our guide to track down and find the cyber hate. This way, you can find out where the cyber hate started.
Guide How to find the source of images
If you want to find the source of images, you can use Google Image Search and TinEye.
Guide How to respond to an internet troll
This is the Cyber Hate Assistant’s guide to responding to internet trolls. At Make Equal, we use this when we have problems with trolls.
Guide Mapping through discussion groups
It is important to invite active members and/or staff to speak about how they experience cyber hate and where they see the risks of cyber hate. Our tip is to use discussion groups where people from your organization have room to discuss these questions.
Guide Mapping through obstacle screening
Obstacle screening is an opportunity to identify challenges and risks in your organization that are related to cyber hate.
Guide Mapping through self-assessment
Self-assessment is not a test, but a tool and a means of getting a general idea of your organization before development work.
Guide Measures after a cyber hate situation
When the threat or offensive behavior has occurred, you can use the following guide to take care of the staff, colleagues, or active members of the organization.
Guide Preventative measures, social media
Preventative measures for your social media — in cases of external cyber hate
Guide Privacy settings on Facebook
The Cyber Hate Assistant has developed a guide for you to change your privacy settings on Facebook. Through these settings, you can make your profile private and control who can see you timeline and your tagged pictures and posts.
Guide Privacy settings on Instagram
The Cyber Hate Assistant has developed a guide for you to change your privacy settings on Instagram. Through these settings, you can choose if you have a public or private account.
Guide Privacy settings on Snapchat
The Cyber Hate Assistant has developed a guide for you to change your privacy settings on Snapchat. Through these settings, you can make your account private and control who can see your posts.
Guide Privacy settings on Twitter
The Cyber Hate Assistant has developed a guide for you to change your privacy settings on Twitter. Through these settings, you can make your profile private so that only your Twitter followers can see your tweets.
Guide Quick checklist for social media preparedness
A quick overview of how to find out what things you should have prepared before situations on social media occur, applies to cases in which the cyber hate is coming from external sources.
Guide Remove pictures, videos, or other sensitive information
A guide if you have had private pictures spread against your will, how you can stop them from spreading further, and how to find out where the pictures have been published.
Guide Remove your address and telephone number online
The Cyber Hate Assistant has created a guide about how to remove your information from Eniro, Hitta, and Ratsit.
Guide Report hate speech
Everyone can report hate speech, regardless of if the crime is aimed at you or not. Follow our guide to make the best possible report when witness the crime.
Guide Responding on social media
Make Equal uses this policy in responding to people on social media. Be inspired or use this guide!
Guide Responding to a dogmatist
Here is the Cyber Hate Assistant’s guide to responding to dogmatists.
Guide SWOT analysis
Identify your strengths and risks in relation to cyber hate with a quick and easy SWOT analysis.