Welcome to Facing Facts!

Facing Facts! is a civil society initiative that aims to improve the recognition and recording of (and responses to) hate crime and hate speech at national level and beyond by working across civil society and public authorities.

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Registration is open for the Facing all the Facts multimedia conference for a collaborative approach to tackling hate crime and hate speech In Brussels on December 11th 2018. For national government representatives, law enforcement, civil society and international organisations - All who are concerned with better responses to hate crime and hate speech

 

Don't miss the opportunity to participate in the next Facing Facts webinar on antisemitic hate speech. John Mann, UK Mep an Chair of the Parliamentary Committee Against Antisemitism will discuss the problem of antisemitic hate speech and answer the audience's questions on October 25th at 12:00 pm Brussels Time. Registration is now open! 

Facing Facts! and eMORE's contribution to the Brussels-based React to Racism campaignRespect dans ma ville, respect en ville (Respect in my city, respect online) will be launched on the 5th February with a training for volunteers on hate speech. 

The majority of internet users have witnessed or been a victim of online harassment. It is time to stand up against hatred and take action! The Facing Facts course on online hate speech provides the perfect opportunity. For a detailed course description, click here.

Facing all the Facts has officially started October 15th! The Facing Facts team an the partners all are eager to work on this new exciting phase of the project.

The highly successful Facing Facts training has been transformed into two online courses on identifying, monitoring and countering hate crime and hate speech.

On December 7th, 10 international experts met in Brussels to develop contents for the new Facing Facts online course on hate crime for national decision-makers and influencers

Join your peers from all over Europe and beyond to learn how to identify, monitor and counter hate crime, with support from experienced tutors and practitioners in the field! Sign up now! Registration closes November 10Th