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Accessioned Date2021-10-03T22:03:52Z
Availability Date2021-10-03T22:03:52Z
Issue Date2021-07-07
Abstract"Hate crimes motivated by racism, xenophobia, religious intolerance or a person’s disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and sex characteristics are severe expressions of discrimination. In addition to violating individual victims’ rights, such crime weakens social cohesion and damages society as a whole. EU and international human rights laws mandate EU Member States to combat hate crime effectively. But States cannot effectively deliver on these duties unless victims and witnesses come forward and report hate crime incidents to the competent authorities."
PublisherEU FRA
Subject Keywordshate crime
Subject Keywordslaw enforcement
TitleEncouraging Hate Crime Reporting - The Role of Law Enforcement and Other Authorities: Report
Material Typethematic report
Corporate AuthorsEuropean Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)
Key IssuesHate crime
Physical Description85 p.
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