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Hate crime for decision-makers

An online course for national decision makers and influencers of hate crime policy at the national and international level.

For whom

This course is especially designed for national decision makers, policy-makers and influencers of hate crime policy at the national and international level.

About this course

Learn about the development and implementation of effective national policies on hate crime reporting and recording and the importance of a victim-focused approach.

Consisting only of 3-4 hours, this brief online course reviews the current international hate crime policy frameworks and explores the issues to consider when developing hate crime policy and strategy with the final aim of effective implementation across the criminal justice system.

The course is ideal for those who would like to:

– understand the key international norms and standards on hate crime reporting and recording;

– examine the national hate crime reporting and recording ‘system’;

– increase cooperation between public authorities and CSOs.

At the end of the course you will be able to…

  • Explain why hate crime reporting, recording and data collection is essential
  • Critically analyze the development of hate crime reporting, recording and data collection standards
  • Apply the Facing Facts self-assessment framework to your national context
  • Consider ways that encourage cooperation between public authorities and CSOs

 

Earn a certificate

If you pursue this course as a premium user, you will have the chance to earn a certificate upon course completion! Studies show that aiming for a certificate helps to keep the motivation throughout the course, as well as increases the sense of achievement upon course completion. Since we are not for profit, by upgrading your course access to premium, you can also support the platform and further course developments.

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