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OSCE/ODIHR Publishes Hate Crime Data

ODIHR’s hate crime data for 2014 is now available. Forty-three participating States submitted information, along with 122 civil society groups covering incidents in 46 countries.

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COE Parliamentary Assembly’s Resolution: Recognising and preventing neo-racism

1. An disturbing rise in racism, xenophobia and intolerance has been apparent for some years now in Europe. Those affected include migrants and asylum seekers, Jews, Muslims and Roma, Sinti and Travellers, and the reason is a supposed incompatibility between groups of different origins on cultural and religious grounds. Along with traditional racism, there is also a “race-less racism” which is equally damaging because it tends to justify discrimination against certain groups and individuals.

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Values threatened by hate speech must be reinforced, say Heads of European human rights institutions on International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

STRASBOURG, VIENNA and WARSAW – 20 March 2015 – The most effective way to counter hate speech is to reinforce the values of democracy and human rights that it threatens, the heads of three intergovernmental human rights institutions said today in a joint statement on the eve of the International Day for the Elimination of […]

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OSCE Annual Hate Crime Report

The Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) is now preparing the 2014 hate crime reporting, which will be launched on 16 November 2015, International Tolerance Day. We would be grateful for your contribution to this process.

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Conference in Malaga

This conference took place from 4 to 9 May 2015 and focused on the intolerance migrants face in Europe with an emphasis on the scapegoating reaction to migration at Southern European borders. The aim of this conference was to create ideas, vision, and strategies to counter this intolerance and the lack of a strong and humane political vision.