Following the murder of a man with supposedly German-Cuban heritage committed by two refugees, neo-Nazis and other far-right extremists rallied and protested violently in the East-German town of Chemnitz against migration and refugees.
OSCE/ODIHR is asking civil society groups to report incidents of hate crime that happened during the 2017 calendar year by 15 July 2018.
Members of a far-right group proudly filmed themselves destroying a Roma camp in Kiev– marking the second such attack by militant nationalists against Roma living in Ukraine’s capital in the past two months.
Day 1 of the “MAKE EVERY VOICE HEARD! The Power of Victim Perspectives in Fighting Hate Crime” conference consisted of a number of insightful sessions in which participants were presented with new and interesting viewpoints on hate crimes, hate violence and the rise of fascism in Europe.
UNITED Conference near Berlin, 19-24 November 2017 Follow the conference live via Facebook and Twitter Tweet and post with the hashtags #everyvoice and #UNITED17 What support can we offer for victims of hate violence and their communities? How can we incorporate victims’ perspectives into NGO activities? What are the needs of different victim groups? These are […]
Staff and volunteers from civil society organizations in Ukraine who are or will be engaged in hate crimes identification and response, victim support and advocacy are encouraged to apply to the training.
The European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) has released its latest country reports on Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland and Luxembourg, analysing recent developments and outstanding issues and providing recommendations to the authorities.
The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) opens its call for data on hate crimes in 2016, and calls on civil society organisations to submit data for the report.
The international UNITED conference “Rewind Radicalisation: Building up strategies against extremism” will take place near Prague, CZ from 7-12 April 2017. Deadline for nominations is 12 February
The official call for civil society submissions to ODIHR’s report on hate crime in 2016 will be sent out in February 2017, and ODIHR encourages civil society organisations all over Europe to get ready to submit their data.