Come along to this public session in Fife and be part of the discussion on how best to legislate against hate crime in a positive…
Welcome to the website of the International Network for Hate Studies!
The INHS aims to provide an accessible forum through which individuals and groups can engage with the study of hate and hate crime in a manner which is both scholarly and accessible to all. Academics, students, advocates and those working in the public and NGO sector can contribute through posting on the Network’s blog, and by attending conferences run by the Network.
If you work in the area of hate studies, and wish to be part of the Network, contribute to the Blog or attend one of our events, please contact us. Blog postings are available here and are disseminated through our Facebook page and Twitter account, find us at: @IntHateStudies
The INHS’ biennial conference was held on 29-31st of May 2018, at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, click here for more information about the conference.
Abenaa Owusu-Bempah (LSE) and Susann Wiedlitzka (University of Sussex)
Awareness session on organisations and community groups on equality, diversity and hate crime, and People’s Rights and Equality Groups.
The King’s Migration Research Group invites you to join their 1st Annual Conference on migration policy entitled “The Future of Migration in the Era of…
From the Blog
Improving access to justice for people who are D/deaf and hard of hearing
Author’s Bio: Chloe Petmezas-Walker is a Criminology graduate from the University of Leicester and winner of Scarman prize for best dissertation 2018. I was a…
Expectations of the Model Hate Crime Victim
Author: Caroline Erentzen (MA, JD, PhD Candidate/Psychology) is a senior PhD Candidate in Psychology (York University) and holds a JD from Queen’s University. Her primary research focuses on…