This seminar will look at the patterns of hate speech in the UK and Japan, exploring the form that hate speech takes, the challenges in eradicating it and the limitations of current measures.
Event run by the Muslim Council of Britain, in collaboration with CPS Muslim Network, Muslim Association of Britain and Association of Muslim Police. For more information, see here
The conference will explore what it means to conceptualise criminology as a civic enterprise and address how criminologists might address issues of power, marginalisation, intersectionality and justice in the 21st century.
The event will provide a safe space for discussion around the philosophical position of harm as well as the very real consequences that marginalised groups face.
Skills Development Scotland will help front-line staff understand how to recognise hate speech, and provide them with tools and suggestions to manage and transform hate speech. For more information, see here
The purpose of this symposium is to consider the intersectionality of identities with regards to religion and gender within the framework of hate crime.
An international conference with the INHS as the partner. “Raising Awareness On Anti-LGBT Hate Crime: Research, Policy and Practice” is organized within the framework of the EU-funded project Call It Hate.
The 23rd ILGA-Europe Annual Conference will take place in Prague, Czech Republic from 23-26 October 2019. For information and to register, see here