Vrielink, Jogchum: "Judging the past. Discrimination law, hate speech legislation and the colonial imagination." In: International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 12.2 (2012), S. 99–108.
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Keywords: "Tintin", Colonialism, Hergé, Justice, Kulturpolitik, Remi. Georges
Collection: International Journal of Discrimination and the Law
In Belgium, a Congolese student and a minority organisation sought to obtain a ban on the comic book Tintin in the Congo. A Brussels court rejected their claims. Despite this outcome, the reasoning of the court jeopardises free speech. As regards the applicants: offensive as the comic may be, their recourse to the law seems both misdirected and counterproductive.
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