Tuesday 9 June 2020, 16:00-19:00 BST, London, UK 17-24-30 National Hate Crime Awareness Week aims to organise it’s Hate Crime Round Table events every…
Welcome to the website of the International Network for Hate Studies!
The INHS aims to provide an accessible forum through which anyone 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. You can also follow us via our Facebook page and Twitter account @IntHateStudies.
INHS CONFERENCE: The INHS’ next biennial conference “Hate, Democracy and Human Rights” has had to be postponed, due to the coronavirus pandemic. The conference was due to be held on June 3-5th, 2020 and co-hosted by the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights . We will update here on the 2020 Conference format and date as soon as possible.
- The ‘unsocial’ facets of social media platforms
- Hating the coronavirus is pointless. But no good will come from turning anxieties and anger against Chinese people
- Minimising the collateral damage of hate crime: Some tips from Belarusian journalists and editors for sensitive media reporting
- After a Decade of Rising Islamophobia, It’s Time to Reconfigure and Rethink Understanding
- After years of decreasing hostilities, hate crimes against LGBT+ people are now on the rise
Deadline extended to Monday 16 November 2020 (Conference 22-23 March 2021), Odense, Denmark) Hate speech and offensive language is a widespread phenomenon in modern…
New Date: Monday 22 – Tuesday 23 March 2021, Odense, Denmark Hate speech and offensive language is a widespread phenomenon in modern societies. Hate…
Tuesday 23 – Wednesday 24 March 2021, Oxford, UK The Howard League’s conference will consider the intersection of issues relating to crime, justice and…
From the Blog
The ‘unsocial’ facets of social media platforms
By Luiz Valério P. Trindade, PhD The current ubiquitous presence of social media in people’s lives on a global scale and the increasing trend of…
Hating the coronavirus is pointless. But no good will come from turning anxieties and anger against Chinese people
By Mark Walters, Professor of Criminal Law and Criminology, University of Sussex, and co-Director of the International Network for Hate Studies Just over two months…