The Racist Violence Recording Network primarily focuses on monitoring and recording of racist attacks against refugees and migrants in Greece.
Compendium of Practices
The network consists of a broad collective of societal actors who work to prevent and tackle discrimination of members of the Jewish community.
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.
Every year, researchers investigate reports from Finland’s national police database to identify suspected hate crimes.
The Hate Crimes Monitoring Working Group primarily focuses on hate crime data collection, and related laws and processes.
Training is designed to improve the knowledge and capacity of Danish police in the identification and handling of hate crime cases.
This project aims to provide training to security forces to increase the investigation of hate crime incidents, as well as the recording of hate crimes, and any subsequent prosecution of perpetrators and compensation to victims.
The True Vision website provides a library of resources on hate crime, whilst also offering a secure online reporting facility for registering incidents (including anonymously).
The Working Group provides a forum for minority groups and NGOs to liaise with public authorities on various hate crime issues and to discuss ways of combating hate crime.