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.
Project entitled UNI-FORM: bringing together NGOs and Security Forces to tackle hate crime and on-line hate speech against LGBT persons implemented between November 2015 and November 2017 with funding from the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme of the European Commission.
In the suit launched by Háttér Society and the Helsinki Committee the second instance court also found that the police ban amounted to discrimination and harassment.
On January 16, 2014 the Metropolitan Court of Budapest found that the Budapest Police committed direct discrimination and harassment based on sexual orientation when banning the Budapest Pride March in 2012. The case was launched by Háttér Society and an individual, who were represented in court by the Hungarian Helsinki Committee. The decision is appealable.