Centre for Communication Governance at NLU delhi
Foreign Case Law

Brandenburg v. Ohio, (1969) 395 US 444

The U.S. Supreme Court famously held that “freedoms of speech and press do not permit a State to forbid advocacy of the use of force or of law violation except where such advocacy is directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action and is likely to incite or produce such action.” 

View More

Sürek and Özdemir v. Turkey, [1999] ECHR 50

Speaking in the context of speech having the tendency to incite violence, the European Court of Human Rights declared that “there is little scope… for restrictions on political speech or on debate on questions of public interest”, including the “divisive ones”.

View More

Stay updated about our latest news and events.

Thanks For Subscribing To Our Newsletter