The main objective is to improve the support for victims of hate crime and hate speech through mutual learning and exchange of knowledge on adequate reporting mechanisms and provision of complex assistance in European Union member states. The project addresses the priority to empowering and supporting victims of hate crime and hate speech.
1 November 2016 – 1 October 2018
People in Need Slovakia
Human Rights Monitoring Institute (Lithuania), In IUSTITIA (Czech Republic), Subjective Values Foundation (Hungary), The People for Change Foundation (Malta)
Elaboration of National Report on hate crimes and hate speech.
International seminar on exchange of knowledge on reporting mechanisms held in Bratislava.
Training on professional legal aid to victims of hate crime and hate speech held in Prague.
Elaboration of final publication: comparative report from national reports, good practices document on reporting mechanisms, manual on legal aid to victims of hate crime and hate speech.
Development of project website where everyone may read about the project and download all published outputs throughout the Project in 5 languages.
Project is co-funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of the European Union
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Lithuanian Seimas Ombudsperson’s Office Issues Report on Implementation of the Rights and Liberties of Foreigners in the Medininkai Foreigner Registration Center