People face hatred, because of their skin colour, ethnicity, religion, gender or sexuality. The victims may simply lack the necessary practical tools, such as incident reporting forms, that allow racist motivation to be noted – or the inclination to provide information not always deemed obligatory. This means these hate crimes remain unidentified or unrecorded – and thus un-investigated, unprosecuted, uncounted and, ultimately, invisible.
Stop Hate Crime, No To Racism
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The hate crime is the most severe expression of discrimination, and a core fundamental rights abuse. Various initiatives target such crime, but most hate crime across the USA and UK remains unreported and unprosecuted, leaving victims without redress.
Supporting hate crime victims, this campaign sheds light on the diverse hurdles that impede victims’ access to justice and the proper recording of hate crime.