External resources on hate crime and hate speech
In this section, we are gathering resources on the hate crime ane hate speech.
- Legislationline.org by OSCE
- Hate Crime & Personal Injury Guide - contains a lot of good background information, however note that it is US based
- Preventing hate crime by Michigan Crime Defenders - contains a lot of information on the issue, however note that it is US based.
- LGBT Survey from Fundamental Rights Agency of the European Union (results launched May 2013) - access the data on violence and harassment
- Hate Crime Report Card from Human Rights First - a unique online tool that examines hate crime laws in the 56 States that comprise the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
By ARTICLE 19, 2013
By ARTICLE 19, 2012
Position paper of Social Platform, 2012
By European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, 2012
By European Union Agency on Fundamental Rights
In 2012, EU adopted a directive which establishes a set of measures to strengthen victims’ rights in the European Union - the Directive is called The Victims' Rights Directive (2012/29/EU). ILGA-Europe is aiming to produce guidelines on the transposition of the Directive within 2013.
By OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, November 2012
OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), 2011
Contributors: Susan Paterson, Vicky Kielinger, Hazel Fletcher
A survey commissioned by the Metropolitan Police Service, Diversity and Citizen Focus Directorate, September 2008
The Human Rights First 2007 Hate Crime Report Card is a review of the implementation of commitments undertaken by the 56 participating states of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) to combat the rising tide of violent hate crimes.
Violence Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Bias is an excerpt from Human Rights First’s 2008 Hate Crime Survey.
- The support needs of victims of hate crime: a research report.
Prepared by Michael Bell Associates, June 2006
By Dr Lewis Turner, Professor Stephen Whittle and Ryan Combs, 2009
By Amnesty International, 2001