Stop Hate UK (2016) Stop Hate UK Statistical Report 2015-2016
Stop Hate UK (2016) Stop Hate UK Statistical Report 2015-2016View full Research
Type of publication
Survey - quantitative research
Area/location of interest
Not applicable - national level
Type of Institution
Civil society organisation
Stop Hate UK
Main Thematic Focus
Migrants Ethnic minorities People with migrant background People of African descent and Black Europeans Muslims
Race, ethnicity and nationality formed the second most commonly reported type of hate crime with incidents mostly comprising of both verbal abuse and threatening behaviour. Incidents involving faith, religion and belief saw a 2% increase. Within that group the most likely reporters were Muslim.
Methodology (Qualitative/Quantitative and exact type used, questionnaires etc)
This report draws on both data of the number of reports received by the organisation and the information provided by victims regarding their incidents in order to identify the motivations behind the crimes.
Sample details and representativeness
N/A - not applicable
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