Hate-crime seminar in Strasbourg

Marcell Lőrincz – head of the Subjective Values Foundation was participating at the ECRI (European Commission against Racism and Intolerance) seminar on May 28-29 in Strasbourg in the Palace of Europe, where reducing the latency of hate crimes were discussed among of European equality bodies and international civil society organisation.

In the representation of ENAR (European Network Against Racism) he was sharing the results and findings of the latest Shadow Report. He also introduced a list of important and practical recommendations how to involve and motivate victims of hate incidents to report their cases. During the two days event there were many discussions about the gaps in the legislation or in practice which ended with some concrete suggestions as the immunity of irregular migrants would be necessary or clearer information for victims could help them to use the existing support structures.