Prosecutors are encouraged to integrate pedagogical means to target offenders as part of the 2015-2017 plan to counter racism and anti-Semitism prepared by DILCRAH, the inter-ministerial delegation for combatting racism, anti-Semitism and anti-LGBT hatred.
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Report Data - France - 2016
The Ministry of Justice issued an instruction on strengthening the pedagogical nature of sentencing for hate crime offenders. The instruction invites prosecutors to publicize their decisions in these cases, where possible, and to establish partnerships with national memory sites and other remembrance institutions.
The Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of the Interior have jointly created a network of investigators and magistrates sensitized to the specificities of hate crimes, in order to improve the experience of victims or those who report incidents. This experiment has been piloted in Provence and aims to increase the reporting of hate crimes. Lessons learned will inform the training strategy for investigators at the national level.
ODIHR observes that France has not reported to ODIHR the numbers of prosecuted hate crime cases.
The data collected by the police relate to discriminatory grounds related to sex, sexual orientation and gender identity.
SOS Homophobia reported descriptions of incidents as well as statistical data.