Compendium of practices on hate crime

The Compendium offers practical examples on how to implement the Key guiding principles to improve recording of hate crime and the Key guiding principles on encouraging reporting of hate crime developed by the Working Group. It provides step-by-step descriptions of the national practices and their main outputs and identifies success factors which could be adapted for use in other national contexts.   Read more >>

 

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48 Promising Practices found

  • Action plan to fight against hate crimes

    Plan de acción de lucha contra los delitos de odio

    Publication date:
    24 August 2021
    Related themes:
    Country:
    Spain
    Type:
    Encourage reporting
    Category:
    Cooperation with civil society and community organisations, Cross institutional cooperation, Monitoring progress and impact

    Coordinating actions and measures against hate crime on a national level through a comprehensive action plan.

  • Action Protocol for the Security Forces for hate crimes and behaviours breaching legal regulations on discrimination

    Protocolo de Actuación para las Fuerzas y Cuerpos de Seguridad para los Delitos de Odio y Conductas que Vulneran las Normas Legales sobre Discriminación

    Publication date:
    24 August 2021
    Related themes:
    Country:
    Spain
    Type:
    Improve recording and data collection
    Category:
    Flagging potential hate crimes, Provision of guidance, training and capacity building, Use of bias-indicators

    The protocol provides guidance for police officers on how to identify and treat hate crime incidents.

  • All in for Equality

    Yhdessä

    Publication date:
    17 August 2021
    Related themes:
    Country:
    Finland
    Type:
    Encourage reporting
    Category:
    Cooperation with civil society and community organisations, Monitoring progress and impact, Outreach to communities at risk of hate crime victimisation

    Multifaceted project that aims to fight discrimination and harassment in everyday life, promote diversity and inclusion, and increase the sense of belonging of young people with an immigrant background.

  • An Garda Síochána’s Diversity and Integration Strategy 2019–2021

    An Garda Síochána’s Diversity and Integration Strategy 2019–2021

    Publication date:
    19 August 2021
    Related themes:
    Country:
    Ireland
    Type:
    Encourage reporting
    Category:
    Communication, dissemination and awareness raising, Cross institutional cooperation, Provision of guidance, training and capacity building

    A comprehensive strategy that enhances the identification, reporting, investigation and prosecution of hate crimes.

  • Application of AI for early recognition of criminal offences that relate to hate crime

    KISTRA – Einsatz von künstlicher Intelligenz zur Früherkennung von Straftaten

    Publication date:
    18 August 2021
    Related themes:
    Country:
    Germany
    Type:
    Improve recording and data collection
    Category:
    Flagging potential hate crimes

    Research project exploring the necessary ethical and legal requirements and concrete technical solutions that enable the police to use artificial intelligence tools to counter hate crime.

  • Building capacity on reporting online hate speech

    Gebėjimų pranešti apie neapykantą kurstančias kalbas internete stiprinimas

    Publication date:
    19 August 2021
    Related themes:
    Country:
    Lithuania
    Type:
    Encourage reporting
    Category:
    Alternative reporting options, Cooperation with civil society and community organisations, Cross institutional cooperation

    Awareness-raising and information technology tool for countering hate speech and addressing under-reporting.

  • Building trust between national public authorities and the vulnerable communities

    Pasitikėjimo tarp nacionalinių valdžios institucijų ir pažeidžiamų bendruomenių stiprinimas

    Publication date:
    19 August 2021
    Related themes:
    Country:
    Lithuania
    Type:
    Encourage reporting
    Category:
    Cooperation with civil society and community organisations, Cross institutional cooperation, Provision of guidance, training and capacity building

    Strengthening the capacity of law enforcement to fight hate crime, building trust between the authorities and vulnerable communities, and addressing under-reporting.

  • Campaign “Not normal?! – Stop ethnic profiling”

    Niet Normaal?! – Stop etnisch profileren

    Publication date:
    06 August 2021
    Related themes:
    Country:
    Belgium
    Type:
    Encourage reporting
    Category:
    Countering discriminatory practices in policing, Outreach to communities at risk of hate crime victimisation, Provision of guidance, training and capacity building

    The ‘Not Normal?! – Stop Ethnic Profiling’ campaign aims to change views and policy around ethnic profiling by advocating for concrete measures and making the public aware of why ethnic profiling is discriminatory and inefficient. The campaign also informs people who experience ethnic profiling about their rights.

  • Central Reporting Unit for Criminal Content on the Internet

    Zentrale Meldestelle für strafbare Inhalte im Internet (ZMI)

    Publication date:
    18 August 2021
    Related themes:
    Country:
    Germany
    Type:
    Encourage reporting
    Category:

    New unit within the Federal Criminal Police Office charged with running the new obligatory reporting system for leading social network providers regarding specific unlawful online content.

  • Click-of cyber violence against women and girls

    Odklikni nasilje nad ženskami in dekleti

    Publication date:
    24 August 2021
    Related themes:
    Country:
    Slovenia
    Type:
    Encourage reporting
    Category:
    Cross institutional cooperation, Outreach to communities at risk of hate crime victimisation, Provision of guidance, training and capacity building

    The project aimed to raise awareness; combat gender stereotypes; and prevent, reduce and change attitudes towards cyber violence and harassment against girls and women. In addition to activities targeted at empowering young people, (potential) victims and groups at risk, the project activities included building the capacity of relevant professionals to ensure adequate prevention of, prosecution of and protection against cybercrime.