The project “Police and NGO cooperation to combat hate crime in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania” aims to kickstart cooperation between NGOs and national police authorities with the purpose of tackling hate crime against vulnerable groups in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
The EU-funded project sCAN – Platforms, Experts, Tools: Specialised Cyber-Activists Network (2018-2020), coordinated by Licra (International League Against Racism and Antisemitism), aims at gathering expertise, tools, methodology and knowledge on cyber hate and developing transnational comprehensive practices for identifying, analysing, reporting and counteracting online hate speech. This project draws on the results of successful European projects already realised, for example the “Research, Report, Remove project: Countering Cyber-Hate phenomena” and “Facing Facts”, and strives to continue, emphasize and strengthen the initiatives developed by the civil society for counteracting hate speech.
The project aims to map activities related to hate violence, hoping to identify model situations, proven activities and good practice regarding these issues. The results could lead to adjusting the laws dealing with hate violence in EU member countries.
LCHR has started implementation of an international project AMIITE CODE (Capitalizing On DEvelopment). The project capitalizes the results of the previous AMITIE Project (Awareness raising on MIgrations, developmenT and human rIghts through local partnErships). AMITIE CODE involves six European Countries (Germany, Italy, Latvia, Portugal, Spain, France), two Regions (Emilia-Romagna, Andalusia) and eight Cities (Bologna, Hamburg, Reggio Emilia, Riga, Loures, Lisbon, Toulouse, Seville).
A project by Harm Reduction International