The International Network for Hate Studies was set up in 2013. It is a cross-jurisdictional and interdisciplinary organisation that aims to facilitate the exchange of knowledge about the study of hate and hate crime. Run by academics and practitioners, it seeks to not only understand the root causes of hate and hate crime, but to understand ways in which it can be combated in society. Hate has no borders and, with the proliferation of online sources and resources, its study needs a multi-disciplinary and international focus as well as one which examines local and jurisdiction-specific causes and responses.
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From the Blog
- A new Hate Crime Act is needed to address vast ‘justice gap’ for hate crime in England and Wales October 28, 2017
- Your Problem is My Problem: Disability Hate Crime by Proxy -the Effect on Carers and Voluntary Support Workers August 13, 2017
- Marginalisation and Aggression from Bullying to Genocide: Critical Educational and Psychological Perspectives June 8, 2017
- Examining the Impacts of Hate Crimes Against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People May 17, 2017