The initiative trains civil society organisations to record hate crime and helps them to build their advocacy capacity for influencing local and national agencies.
This practice is a vocational training programme on counteracting and combating hate crime to teach police officers how to identify and investigate hate crime properly, react adequately and prevent it.
Police, Power, Human Rights – Polizei, Macht, Menschen, Rechte (PMMR) is an organisational development project that aims to embed human rights-based thinking and approaches into the Austrian police.
A one-stop-shop website was created to provide comprehensive information about discrimination and where victims can go for support.
Since 2007, there has been a concerted effort to introduce policies and laws that reduce discrimination against and promote the social acceptance of LGBT people in the Netherlands.
OSCAD is a multi-agency body formed by the Italian national police and the carabinieri, housed within the Department of Public Security at the Ministry of the Interior that takes a holistic approach to tackling hate crime.
The Rules of Procedure outline the process that police should follow when reporting hate crime incidents.
In 2012, a specialised unit was set up by the Hungarian National Police Headquarters to tackle hate crime.
The practice sought to increase awareness among education professionals on incidents motivated by intolerance and to equip them with the tools to combat it.
Training is designed to improve the knowledge and capacity of Danish police in the identification and handling of hate crime cases.