Hate Crime Monitoring Guidelines

WHY IS HATE CRIME MONITORING IMPORTANT?

Facing Facts! Online course on hate crime and hate speech

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Hate Crime Monitoring Guidelines

Without data and statistics we can never understand the true harm that hate crime causes to individual people, their communities and society as a whole. Learn how to responsibly, professionally and powerfully monitor hate crimes with our online course. 

Find out more about our growing online trainings offer on hate crime and hate speech for individual activists, civil society organisations, law enforcement and governments. 

Read interviews with experts in the field of hate crime monitoring recently published in the Facing Facts! Forward Conference Report.

There is a common misconception that hate crimes affect only members of certain groups — groups targeted for their e.g. ethnicity, sexuality, or physical appearance, etc. However, the fact is that anyone can be a victim of hate-based threats, assaults, murders, desecration, or vandalism because hate crimes are...

Collecting data, analysing it and reporting on hate crime can provide communities and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) with a powerful tool with which to present their concerns to government, law enforcement, media and others. Find out more on best practice.

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Facing all the Facts has officially started October 15th! The Facing Facts team an the partners all are eager to work on this new exciting phase of the project.

The highly successful Facing Facts training has been transformed into two online courses on identifying, monitoring and countering hate crime and hate speech.

We are excited to announce that Facing Facts! coordinator, CEJI is now member of the International Network Against Cyber Hate (INACH). We are honored to work in synergy with such a committed group of people to combat hate and discrimination on the internet.

The International Civil Society Centre invited our Facing Facts Coordinator, Melissa Sonnino, to write a blogpost about the work of Facing Facts! and the topic of hate crime and civil society in general.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFHo-zDeYNM

The first partners’ meetingand the official launch of the Facing all the Facts project took place in the beginning of December. The two year-long project aims to generate more efficient responses to hate crimes and hate speech at national level and beyond. Watch the video of the Press conference held in Brussels at Google's premises. 

 

Published on November 16th , the 2015 ODIHR hate crime report highlights an under-reporting of bias motivations and gaps in reporting across countries.

CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe is delighted to announce it has received a substantial amount from the European Commission Directorate General Justice - Fundamental rights and Union citizenship.These funds will support the new project “Facing all the Facts”.

image (c) @JuliePascoet

Mike Whine of the Community Security Trust (CST) presented Facing Facts! at the 'Human Dimension Implementation Meeting' of the OSCE-ODHIR in Warsaw...

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Facing all the Facts has officially started October 15th! The Facing Facts team an the partners all are eager to work on this new exciting phase of the project.

The highly successful Facing Facts training has been transformed into two online courses on identifying, monitoring and countering hate crime and hate speech.

We are excited to announce that Facing Facts! coordinator, CEJI is now member of the International Network Against Cyber Hate (INACH). We are honored to work in synergy with such a committed group of people to combat hate and discrimination on the internet.

The International Civil Society Centre invited our Facing Facts Coordinator, Melissa Sonnino, to write a blogpost about the work of Facing Facts! and the topic of hate crime and civil society in general.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFHo-zDeYNM

The first partners’ meetingand the official launch of the Facing all the Facts project took place in the beginning of December. The two year-long project aims to generate more efficient responses to hate crimes and hate speech at national level and beyond. Watch the video of the Press conference held in Brussels at Google's premises. 

 

Published on November 16th , the 2015 ODIHR hate crime report highlights an under-reporting of bias motivations and gaps in reporting across countries.

CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe is delighted to announce it has received a substantial amount from the European Commission Directorate General Justice - Fundamental rights and Union citizenship.These funds will support the new project “Facing all the Facts”.

image (c) @JuliePascoet

Mike Whine of the Community Security Trust (CST) presented Facing Facts! at the 'Human Dimension Implementation Meeting' of the OSCE-ODHIR in Warsaw...

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Facing all the Facts! is co-ordinated by CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe.

For more information about any aspect of the project please contact CEJI's Community Affair Coordinator Melissa Sonnino

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Facing all the Facts! is funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC) Programme of the European Union