2018 Hate Crime Data Now Available!
Marking the International Day for Tolerance, ODIHR has published its hate crime data for 2018. Find out more here.
The 2018 data contain information provided by participating States, civil society and international organizations. This includes official data reported by 42 states, including disaggregated official hate crime statistics for 26 countries.
The data also include information on hate incidents in 44 participating States, as reported by 178 civil society groups, UNHCR, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and OSCE missions.
For further information, the press release is available here.
You can find out more about how we collect our data in the Frequently Asked Questions.
- Consult the 2018 data here.
Disaggregated incident data
Incident data reported by these sources can be comprehensively searched, filtered and downloaded. This can be done by country, by bias motivation and by type of incident.
- You can view all of the incidents reported to ODIHR here.
The infographic below provides an overview of our key findings for 2018.