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There are many ways you can get involved in our work. Join the Facing Facts community to unmask the reality of hate speech and hate crime.

Stay updated on Facing Facts Network activities and support our work by spreading the word and sharing the project’s updates on your own social networks or through your blog and websites. The Facing Facts Network is on Instagram, LinkedIn and Facebook. Make sure you check regularly our website’s homepage so that you won’t miss any upcoming opportunity. Learn more about our work and training opportunities by subscribing to our Newsletter here.

Become a member

The Facing Facts Network works across communities and institutions to transform understandings of and responses to hate crime and hate speech in Europe and beyond for the benefit of victims, communities and EU societies. Contact if you would like to join the Facing Facts Network.

Join one of our online courses

Browse our course catalogue of our self-paced courses to find the best online courses for your needs. We are happy to answer your questions and provide you with further information how to attend one of our courses.

Bring a Facing Facts training to your country

Facing Facts has a long experience in developing bespoke training for various target audiences, including for law enforcement and public authorities. Email us for more information and to request a tailor-made online course!


Facing Facts is a project coordinated by CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, a not-for-profit organisation. You can make a contribution to an inclusive Europe by donating to CEJI and prevent the escalation of hate crime and hate speech. You can donate here.

For more information about any aspect of the project please contact Facing Facts:

Facing Facts Network Director

Melissa Sonnino

Would you like to be informed, once we open new courses? You can join our waiting list to be contacted as soon as we open registration. In 2024, we will open two new courses. “Police Discrimination and Hate Crime” and “Understanding and responding to Hate Speech”. Submit your contact details below.