Propublica in association with Google News Lab and a data visualization studio called Pitch Interactive has launched a site about hate crimes and bias incidents in the USA. In addition to recording violence, harassment and vandalism, the project includes stories about hate crimes legislation and programmes designed to combat hate in local communities. This covers […]
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) published new public statements on how it will prosecute hate crime and support victims in England and Wales. This includes homophobic, biphobic and transphobic hate crime. To find out why it is necessary look at the details of the Fawcett Society Reclaim the Internet campaign which is seeking to eliminate online […]
MIC launches database of transgender murders A key initiative has recently been unveiled in tracking this underreported crime. The database provides data and visualizations of this horrendous crime in the USA 2010-2016. This article from GLAAD explains its significance. The Hate Index A new resource from the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism‘s NYCity […]
Published this week, the latest Eurobarometer survey of EU citizens on Media pluralism and democracy found that 57% of EU citizens believe that the media in their countries lack independence from political and commercial pressure and 75% of the respondents have experienced hate speech on social media.
The Community Security Trust is a charity that acts to support the Jewish community by campaigning against racism . It collects regular data on anti-semitism. In its latest report covering January-June 2016 it recorded a 11% increase from the same period in 2015 with 557 recorded, 24% of which occurred on social media. It traces […]
88% of UK LGBT people have experience emotional or physical hate crime and only 14% have felt able to report the most recent crimes to the police. Shocking statistics from new University of Leicester Centre for Hate Studies report. Follow more news from them via twitter.
Leicester Hate Crimes Project The broad aims of the Leicester Hate Crime Project were to examine people’s experiences of hate, prejudice and targeted hostility understand the physical and emotional harms suffered by individuals and their families identify ways of improving the quality of support available to victims Five strands of victim identity (race, religion, disability, […]