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.
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.
— OSCE/ ODIHR and United Leaflet — — For more information refer to http://hatecrime.osce.org — Civil Society Contributions to OSCE-ODIHR Hate Crime Reporting website The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) and United for Intercultural Action published this leaflet together. This leaflet is available in English and Russian. You can download digital copies or order paper […]
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WARSAW, 14 November – The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) today released its data for 2013 on its Hate Crime Reporting website. The release was timed ahead of the International Day for Tolerance on Sunday, 16 November.
Hate crimes are crimes based on prejudice. They happen everywhere as no society is immune to the effects of prejudice and intolerance. Hate crimes undermine societal cohesion by sowing the seeds of wider-scale violence.
WIPE OUT HATE Stop hate speech Online International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism – 9 November 2013 More than 200 coordinated actions are organised by grass-roots organisations and different local groups in 43 European countries. These local actions are united under the common slogan: “WIPE OUT HATE”