The plaintiff in the court, a citizen of Ukraine, seeking asylum from the war, came to Latvia from Ukraine in her personal vehicle in March 2022, shortly after Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
Published : 2023-12-08
We congratulate all LCHR current and former staff, members, board members, volunteers, fellows, and all supporters, who have participated and supported our work throughout these years promoting human rights in Latvia.
Published : 2023-10-08
From January to June 2023, as part of the project “On the way to a more tolerant society: awareness, education, support and cooperation”, several informative seminars were organised, informing a total of 221 persons (representing various target groups) about recognizing and reporting discrimination, hate speech and hate crimes.
Published : 2023-07-27
NGO "Make Room" in partnership with The Latvian Centre for Human Rights have gathered stories of people. Real stories of real life situation, which have been experienced by our newcomers – foreign nationals who call Latvia their home. In these different life situations we have detected features of discrimination.
We encourage you to read these stories, identify features of discrimination, share this informative material and report if you face discrimination, hate speech of hate crime.
Published : 2023-05-31
The 24-month project Monitoring and Reporting for Safer Online Environments seeks to apply a comprehensive and intersectional approach in prevention and fight against intolerance, racism and xenophobia online. It joins 21 partners, members of the International network against cyber hate (INACH) and the roof organisation itself. Many are trusted flaggers and have taken part in the monitoring exercises within the scope of the Code of Conduct on countering illegal hate speech online.
Published : 2023-02-01