As part of the project, eight European organisations develop local activities aimed at promoting tolerance and fighting discrimination in their countries.
Fórum Español para la Prevención y la Seguridad Urbana (FEPSU) – Spain
“How to Fight Hate Crimes”? The Spanish Forum for Prevention and Urban Security produced a guide ‘Como luchar contra los delitos de odio‘ to tackle the issue as well as a series of pedagogic sheets and a video. These materials can be used as an educational tool in areas where public policies are discussed, educational areas, media, civil society and private sector.
Institut für Konflikt Forschung (IKF) – Austria
In the framework of the project “Just and Safer Cities for All”, the Institut für Konfliktforschung (IKF) published 3 blog entries on the “CPD POLICY BLOG”.
Forum Italiano per la Sicurezza Urbana (FISU) – Italy
The Italian Forum for Urban Security produced a documentary on hate speech and hate crime, as part of the project. The central part of the video consists of interviews conducted in Brescia, Lucca and Pesaro with elementary school children. The documentary aims to encourage a debate on stereotypes related to discrimination, to encourage the construction of a counter-narrative to hate speech and to stimulate initiatives to increase tolerance and social cohesion.
This video is available online (in Italian).
Forum Français pour la Sécurité Urbaine (FFSU) – France
By their proximity to citizens, local authorities can act and create a climate where discrimination, hate speech and violence have no place. To help them, the French Forum for Urban Security offers a day of awareness and training dedicated to discriminatory violence, as part of the European project “Just and Safer Cities for All”.
Learn more about the first event held in Dunkerque on November 30, 2017. A video of this awareness and training day will soon be available too. The next awareness and training day is scheduled for December 12 in Nantes Métropole.
Forum Belge pour la Prévention et la Sécurité Urbaine (FBPSU) – Belgium
Associação Portuguesa de Apoio à Vítima (APAV) – Portugal
UFUQ – Germany
Jagellonian University of Krakow – Poland