We imagine

a kinder digital reality by resisting online hate speech and misinformation. We empower policymakers, not for profits, citizens, and youth through research, advocacy, and capacity-building against online hate.


We are employing new generation technologies for improving accuracy and efficiency of hate speech detection in South Asia.


We advocate for evidence supported policy changes against hate speech in South Asia.


We empower the next generation of hate speech advocates through knowledge and skill training.


Our co-founder speaks about the implications of hate speech at a side event of the ECOSOC forum organized by the Network of Traditional and Religious Peacemakers.

Arijit Goswami, a research fellow at DID, discusses how humans and machines can collaborate to counter online hate in a WEF op-ed.

DID team welcomes research fellows to the second phase of Digital Research Fellowship which would employ digital research methods in practice .

Rachit Sharma, a research fellow at DID, reflects on hate through intergenerational vision of life in a live wire article.

Our co-founders join ALLY regional advocacy mission to SAARC headquarters. They discussed opportunities to empower youth against online hate.

DID team facilitated a workshop on "Hate Speech and Misinformation" for members of the Network Asia Working Group on digital peace.

DID project co-founders join a regional advocacy mission in Bangkok to support youth led action against hate in South Asia.

Ramya Tulasi, a research fellow at DID, reflects on how digital media is acting as a powerful tool for the hate speech among the youth in an article published by Indian Youth Cafe