January – March 2020, Seeking Interviewees for Undergraduate Dissertation Project, University of Manchester, UK This is a final year, undergraduate dissertation project. I am…
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” will be held on June 3-5th, 2020 and will be co-hosted by the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (OSCE). Please register here.
- 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
- Hate, Politics, Law – Critical Perspectives on Combating Hate
- Have Ethnic-Minority Transwomen been forgotten?
- Improving access to justice for people who are D/deaf and hard of hearing
Tuesday 25 February 2020, 11:00-16:00 GMT, London, UK 17-24-30 National Hate Crime Awareness Week is an anti-hate crime charity that organised the April Acts…
Thursday 27 February 2020, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm GMT, London, UK We are excited to invite all professionals working in Haringey to come…
Seeking Panellists for Forum to be held March 2020, Manchester, UK In 2018 Greater Manchester Citizens launched ‘Misogyny Is Hate’, a campaign calling on…
From the Blog
After a Decade of Rising Islamophobia, It’s Time to Reconfigure and Rethink Understanding
The publication of my new book, “Reconfiguring Islamophobia: a radical rethinking of a contested concept”(Palgrave) marks a decade since the publication of my first book on…
After years of decreasing hostilities, hate crimes against LGBT+ people are now on the rise
By Mark Walters, co-Director of the International Network for Hate Studies Is Britain really becoming more prejudiced towards LGBT people? Or is it the case,…