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2015 Hate Crime Data: Call for Civil Society Submissions
We are now preparing our annual hate crime reporting and encourage civil society to submit information
Every year on 16 November, International Tolerance Day, the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) releases its hate crime reporting data.
Our reporting provides an overview of hate crimes and incidents, and of responses by governments and civil society in the 57 OSCE participating States. Information provided by civil society is essential to our reporting, as it complements official data submitted by participating States.
If you or your organization or group are considering submitting information for ODIHR’s hate crime reporting, please follow the guidance in the factsheet below when preparing your submission:
Please note that each incident is analysed on a case-by-case basis. We often co-operate with those making submissions to confirm information on incidents and developments before it is posted. Once we receive civil society contributions, we analyse the incidents according to the OSCE’s definition of hate crime. You can find more information about this in our methodology.
Tracking hate incidents? Send them to us.
The infographic below shows the analytical steps incidents go through before being presented on our website.