ILGA-Europe resources on hate crime and hate speech
Find here publications and other resources by ILGA-Europe on hate crime and hate speech.
By Professor Steve Peers, Human Rights Centre, University of Essex on behalf of ILGA-Europe. December 2013
This publication is about research on legal grounds and political arguments on hate crimes in the European Union. Download and read more about the report here.
This publication is about how to devise and implement training for police forces better to tackle LGBTI-phobic hate crime. Download and read more about the training toolkit here.
Read the ILGA-Europe key points in the position paper ahead of the Victims’ Rights Package to be presented to the European Commisision in May 2011, and download the full text of the position paper.
Joining forces to combat homophobic and transphobic hate crime. Cooperation between police forces and LGBT organisations in Europe (September 2010)
This publication is the result of a research conducted in 2009-2010, in the frame of a project supported by the Dutch government. ILGA-Europe believes that this publication will provide law enforcement authorities and LGBT organisations across Europe with a set of useful suggestions and methodological tools to develop and strengthen joint actions to fight hate crime more efficiently.
- Urgent call for Europe to tackle homophobia & transphobia
- What makes people hate?
- Elisabeth Ohlson Wallin: artist & educator
This handbook is designed for LGBT and human rights organisations who intend to monitor the occurrence of homophobic and transphobic incidents and violence in order to advocate for legislative changes to increase legal protections from violence motivated by hatred towards LGBT people at national, European and international levels.
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