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Title: Hate crime : papers from the 2006 and 2007 Stockholm criminology symposiums
Authors: Goodey, Joanna (ed.) 
Aromaa, Kauko (ed.) 
Corporate Authors: European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control (HEUNI) 
Subject Keywords: hate crime ; data collection
Key Issues: Hate crime
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Criminal Justice Press
Publication Country: Finland 
Publication Place : Helsinki
Material Type: report
Language: English
Meeting Title: Stockholm Criminology Symposium 
Stockholm Criminology Symposium 
Meeting Date: 15-17 June 2006
4-6 June 2007
Meeting Place: Stockholm
Country: United States 
United Kingdom 
Country Coverage: United States 
United Kingdom 
EU region 
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Abstract: Publisher's description: The six papers in this volume describe differing government responses to hate crimes in selected European countries, with comparisons to the U.S. The papers were originally presented during the 2006 and 2007 Stockholm Criminology Symposiums. Erik Bleich presents a succinct overview and comparison of hate crime policies in the U.S., Britain, Germany and France. Joanna Goodey highlights the inadequacy of data collection to support policies against racist crime in European Union member states. Nathan Hall offers a comparative overview of criminal justice responses to hate crime in London and New York City. The Swedish model of data collection on hate crime is described by Klara Klingspor. The identification and recording of racist crimes in Finland is examined by Juha Kaariainen and Noora Ellonen. Paul Iganski charts the development of criminal justice and civil society responses to racist crimes in the U.K., focusing on the example of the London-Wide Race Hate Crime Forum.
Internal Notes: Publication series no. 57
Physical Description: 76 p.
ISBN: 978-952-5333-71-8
ISSN: 1237-4741
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Materials on hate crime

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