The country reports prepared in the Counter-Hate project examine the role of victim-centered and intersectional approaches in the response to hate crimes in six European countries (Greece, Lithuania, Italy, Spain, Slovenia and Hungary).
This transnational comparative report produced in the Counter-Hate project examines the role of victim-centered and intersectional approach in the response to hate crimes. The report covers the legal environment at the European and national level, the needs of hate crime victims, the accessibility of support services, methods of cooperation between civil and state actors, data collection, the procedural position of victims and the use of restorative methods.
The volume prepared in the framework of our international project Speak Out contains studies written by experts on the applicability of restorative justice methods in relation to hate crimes, and country chapters that analyzes the application of these methods in project countries, including in Hungary.
This toolkit prepared in the framework of the Speak Out international project provides methodological support for police training related to hate crimes. It provides a training agenda, specific exercises, animated videos that can be used in training, and background knowledge to trainers.
In the framework of our international project Speak Out we conducted an online survey in June-August 2019 which examined the experience of LGBTQI people with online hate speech and hate crimes.
Between February 2022 and 2024, Háttér Society is coordinating a training, developmental and awareness-raising project across Europe entitled Colourful Childhoods - Empowering LGBTIQ children in vulnerable contexts to combat violence across Europe.
The report responds to the following key questions:
Between October 2019 and September 2021 Háttér Society is implementing an international training, capacity building and awareness raising project entitled Diversity and Childhood - Changing social attitudes towards gender diversity in children across Europe.
Between October 2019 and September 2021 Háttér Society is coordinating an international training and awareness raising project entitled CommonPoint - Innovative approaches to training mental health service providers for the quality support of LGBTQI people.
This publication is meant as a practical and useful support for stakeholders who are involved in all the formal and informal procedures in which crime victims are present and might require special attention. The toolkit was elaborated to serve as a useful instrument for all relevant representatives of public authorities, including justice system and any other professionals who are or might be involved in contact with victims of crime motivated by sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression grounds.