The project is in the early development stage, and as such, it may contain inaccurate information gathered from open sources. It is strongly recommended to review the data before any further usage.

All the data is analyzed by AI and do not represent the position of the Ukrainian Institute and other developers.

Genocidal rhetoric precedes crimes, making it crucial to monitor it in the information space to prevent consequences. The Genocide Speech Monitor is a project developed to highlight the level of such rhetoric in the country's information space, using public statements made by authorities. The initial stage of the project is dedicated to the 90th Remembrance Day of the Holodomor genocide in Ukraine (1932-1933). These years are significant in demonstrating how the escalating levels of genocidal rhetoric from the Kremlin led to the genocide in Ukraine in 1932 and the year 2022 (marked by a full-scale Russian invasion in Ukraine). In this initial stage of the project, you'll be able to compare the levels in a limited number of countries. Data analysis is currently in progress, and other regions and years will be included in the next stage.

We collect public speech of state officials in open sources and analyze it by AI in order to find genocidal speech characteristics, given by researchers of genocide.