Understanding and identifying anti-LGBT hate crime


Identify and articulate potential bias indicators is essential to unmask the reality of anti-LGBT hate crime. By offering unique insights into anti-LGBT specific hate crime and to the communities impacted by it, this course represents a key tool for law enforcement and civil society to improve their monitoring and recording capacities.


Hate Crime Monitoring for Civil Society

In this course, you will develop a better understanding about the nature and impact of hate crime, and you will be equipped with tools to accurately monitor their occurrence. 

We will review many of the challenges to gathering information about incidents and share statistics and strategies to address them. 

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Understanding and identifying anti-Roma Hate crime


Identify and articulate potential bias indicators is essential to unmask the reality of anti-Roma hate crime. By offering unique insights into anti-Roma specific hate crime and to the communities impacted by it, this course represents a key tool for law enforcement and civil society to improve their monitoring and recording capacities. 


Understanding and identifying disability hate crime


Identify and articulate potential bias indicators is essential to unmask the reality of disability hate crime. By offering unique insights into the specificities of disability hate crime and to the communities impacted by it, this course represents a key tool for law enforcement and civil society to improve their monitoring and recording capacities.  



Hate Speech Advocacy


This mini-course aims to give you an overview of existing advocacy tools and to help you in creating step-by-step your own advocacy plan to fight against hate speech 

Understanding and identifying antisemitic hate crime


Identify and articulate potential bias indicators is essential to unmask the reality of antisemitic hate crime. By offering unique insights into antisemitic specific hate crime and to the communities impacted by it, this course represents a key tool for law enforcement and civil society to improve their monitoring and recording capacities.