The last day of the conference continued to focus on how to implement strategies in our NGO activities, including reporting of hate crimes and cooperating with various actors like law enforcement bodies,government institutions and the media.
Day 3 of the conference focused on sharing best practices and practical tools in supporting victims of hate crimes.
The second day of the conference near Berlin focused on identifying the needs of victims of bias-motivated violence and what support organisations can offer them, and better understanding the perspective of victims.
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 […]
Report from Days IV-V of the UNITED conference Rewind Radicalism: Building up strategies against extremism, taking place near Prague, CZ from 7-12 April 2017.
Report from Day III of the UNITED conference Rewind Radicalism: Building up strategies against extremism, taking place near Prague, CZ from 7-12 April 2017.
Report from Days I-II of the UNITED conference Rewind Radicalism: Building up strategies against extremism, taking place near Prague, CZ from 7-12 April 2017.
UNITED Press Release 07-04-2017: From 7-12 April, around 80 NGO representatives from all over Europe are meeting at a venue near Prague, CZ to discuss the issue of radicalisation and (violent) extremism in Europe.
The We CAN! manual presents communicative and educational approaches and tools for youth and other human rights activists to develop their own counter and alternative narratives to hate speech.