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Country CoverageGreece
Accessioned Date2019-04-16T14:59:21Z
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Issue Date2019-03-12
AbstractIn February 2017 the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) launched a two-year project titled “Building a Comprehensive Criminal Justice Response to Hate Crime” to help improve the skills of, and collaboration among, criminal justice professionals and the civil society on addressing hate crimes within each of four OSCE participating States – Bulgaria, Greece, Italy and Poland. In order to present the project activities and results in Greece, ODIHR together with the country's Ministry of Justice organized a workshop in Athens on 6 June 2018. This report provides a summary of the discussion.
SeriesGreece: Project Background Documents
Subject Keywordshate crime
Subject Keywordsnational law
Subject Keywordscriminal law
Subject Keywordsjudicial system
Subject Keywordsadministration of justice
Subject Keywordslaw enforcement
TitleWorkshop Report - Greece: Inter-Agency Co-operation on Addressing Hate Crimes
Material Typeactivity report
Meeting TitleSigning ceremony of the “Agreement on Inter-agency Co-operation on Addressing Racist Crimes in Greece”
Corporate AuthorsOSCE ODIHR
Corporate ContributorMinistry of Justice, Transparency and Human Rights of Greece
Publication CountryPoland
Key IssuesHate crime
Physical Description13 p.
Meeting Date2018-06-06
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