In Library you may comprehensive research undertook by project partners mapping out the national contexts in Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Italy, Romania, United Kingdom with assessment of the prevention and responses to online hate speech incidents in each country, assessing the national normative frameworks developed to identify, limit and counter hate speech online, mechanisms for monitoring and reporting hate speech instances, legal and non-legal measures to counter hate speech. The analyse published focus in particular on online hate speech targeting migrants and refugees/ethnic minorities.

You may also read the seven Media content monitoring reports conducted in each of the countries researching, analyzing, classifying and comparing levels and trends in online hate speech against migrants and refugees.

In this web platform section we will publish also different resource materials.

If you would like to share interesting reports, presentation linked to online hate speech feel free to contact us and we will upload the document you want to share with our audience.


Legislation, regulations, directives

Positive methods

* COMPASS: Manual for Human Rights Education with Young people,
* Responding to Cyberhate: Toolkit for Action, Anti-Defamation League (ADL), August 2010,
* The Online Civil Courage Initiative (OССI) Information Pack On Counterspeech Engagement,

European Commission Reports

* ECRI REPORT ON BULGARIA (fourth monitoring cycle),
* Migration and migrant population statistics,
* Incitement in media content and political discourse in EU Member States. Contribution to the second Annual Colloquium on Fundamental Rights - November 2016. Report developed by FRA (European Agency for Fundamental Rights).
- FRA reports:
* Fundamental Rights Report 2016 (2016),
* Discrimination and hate crime against Jews in EU Member States: experiences and perceptions of antisemitism (2013),
* Racism, discrimination, intolerance and extremism: learning from experiences in Greece and Hungary (2013), (available in Greek and Hungarian)
* Making hate crime visible in the European Union: acknowledging victims’ rights (2012), (available in English, French and German)

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