This matrix is based on ODIHR’s guide, which sets out ‘ten practical steps’ for governments and public authorities to take to assess their current hate crime recording framework and to identify priorities and actions.
To fit the needs of this project, the matrix focuses on three further areas: CSO involvement in each step, an assessment of CSO’s own monitoring systems, and an assessment of actions to improve hate crime reporting.
The matrix was completed together with national partners to generate a national overview of hate crime recording and CSO-public authority cooperation in each country in advance of the first workshop. This overview identified potential areas of focus for the national workshops and, together with the outcomes of the workshops formed the basis of the final self-assessment framework.
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