European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (2015), Promoting respect and diversity - Combating intolerance and hate (Contribution to the Annual Colloquium on Fundamental Rights), European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, Vienna.
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European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (2015), Promoting respect and diversity - Combating intolerance and hate (Contribution to the Annual Colloquium on Fundamental Rights), European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, Vienna.View full Research
Type of publication
Survey - quantitative research
Area/location of interest
Not applicable - national level
Type of Institution
FRA | European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights
Main Thematic Focus
Hate speech Hate crime
Muslims Migrants Ethnic minorities
-Evidence collected by FRA shows that racism, xenophobia and related intolerance are widespread, despite measures taken by government and civil society across the EU
-The social and political climate is growing ever more tolerant of extremist, racist and xenophobic agendas that exploit fears about youth unemployment and security in the face of terrorism and other geopolitical challenges.
-Overall, this situation has a negative impact on social cohesion, as well as on respect for fundamental rights
-Political action is necessary to ensure full implementation of the EU’s existing legal framework in order to afford effective protection from discrimination and hate.
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