The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) publishes hate crime data every year on 16 November. This provides an overview of hate crimes reported by governments and hate incidents reported by civil society, international organizations and the Holy See across the OSCE's 57 participating States. Information submitted to ODIHR by civil society is essential, as it complements official data and highlights the potential under-recording of hate crimes by states.
Each incident sent to ODIHR is reviewed individually for accuracy and to ensure that it conforms to the OSCE's concept of hate crime (a criminal offence motivated by bias). As such, incidents of discrimination and hate speech are excluded from our reporting. We ask civil society groups to provide detailed information about each incident, including the location, the date and any indications that the incident was motivated by bias.
When preparing your submission, please follow the guidance provided in the factsheets below. The template (linked above) can be downloaded and the table edited to include the incidents you wish to report. This will help to ensure that your incidents are included when ODIHR publishes its 2020 Hate Crime Report on 16 November 2021.
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