MONITORING AND REPORTING ONLINE HATE SPEECH IN EUROPE
The eMORE project aims to contribute to developing, testing and transferring a knowledge model on online hate speech and offline hate crime, based on a circular and advanced joint monitoring-reporting system, to gain a sound understanding of the phenomena/trends over the Internet and offline, to allow comparative analysis at national/EU level, and to support the harmonised combating against hate-motivated offences at EU/national level.
The Project will develop a knowledge platform available to target groups, which will allow to in-depth analyse hate phenomena online/offline. The platform will process data/information collected through a crawler to monitor the Internet and a APP to report crime. Both of them will be developed by the Project, too. The APP will be tested in 9 participating countries.
The knowledge base will include the most important categories of hate motivated offences (hate against gender, race, religion, sexual orientation and disability).
THE MODEL IS STRUCTURED UPON FOUR MAIN ELEMENTS:
Crawler, APP, Knowledge platform
Monitoring online hate speech and reporting hate crime, Knowledge generation, Pilot-cases, Capacity building, networking and dissemination
National seminars, Trainings face to face, E-learning modules
Research reports, Development of guidelines/manuals, Policy recommendations
RISSC – Research Centre on Security and Crime, it / CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, be / CLR – Centre for Legal Resources, ro / College for Public Administration and Administration for Justice – Police Department, de / IDOS Research Centre, it / Associação ILGA Portugal, pt / LAND, it / KISA – Action for Equality, Support, Antiracism, cy / MPG – Migration Policy Group, be / North West Migrants Forum, uk / PI – Peace Institute, sl / SOS Malta, mt