Welcome to Facing Facts!

For an empowered society that can effectively advocate for prevention and intervention measures

What’s new?

NEW FACING FACTS! MAPPING REPORT 2014

In order to achieve a better understanding of the organisations we are working with, we administered an online survey for which we have received responses from 30 organisations. Find out more and read the full Mapping Report 2014

PHOTOS FROM THE FACING FACTS! TRAINING COURSE IN BUDAPEST

Some photos from our Facing Facts! ‘Train-the-Trainer’ course, Networking Meeting and European Conference in Budapest:

For those who speak/read/understand Italian an article about Facing Facts! published on the Young Italian Jewish Students Union’s website.

FACING FACTS! HATE CRIME GUIDELINES NOW AVAILABLE IN ITALIAN AND GREEK

The Facing Facts! Hate Crime Monitoring Guidelines are now available in two new language versions – Italian and Greek :

THE FACING FACTS! WEEK – EVENTS 16-21 March 2014 (Budapest)

  • The Facing Facts! ‘Train-the-Trainer’ course: 16-19 March 2014
  • The Facing Facts! Networking Meeting: 20 March 2014
  • The Facing Facts! European Conference with Transnational Agencies: 21 March 2014

Find out more, including how to register.

PHASE 2 – FACING FACTS! 2.0
Facing Facts!, a Europe-wide project led by an international consortium of partners
, is launching a new phase in its work to empower civil society organisations in combatting hate crime in Europe. The work, led by CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, comes in response to rising hate crimes in the EU and a lack of systematic analysis and approach to confronting hate crimes. Most Member States have not transposed EU decisions on racism and xenophobia into national law. (1) Building on the successes of the original research, practical guidelines and a unique training programme, 2014 will see several new initiatives from Facing Facts!…  Read the full press release: Facing Facts! continues to thrive to make the reality of hate crime more visible to society

NEW HATE CRIME MONITORING SURVEY
We have launched a new survey designed to capture the current methodologies and practices of hate crime monitoring training by organisations committed to giving greater visibility to the daily issue of hate crime.

FACING FACTS! BROCHURE
A new Facing Facts! brochure is available to download.

Download the Facing Facts! Hate Crime Monitoring Guidelines:

If you would like to get involved, contact us.