Consulting on Hate:
In order to strengthen the support systems in place for communities and individuals affected by hate in Quebec, we want to build recommendations directly on the testimonies and suggestions of those directly impacted. Thank you, in advance, for sharing your experience with us in this fifteen-minute study. All the views and information you share will be confidential and protected in accordance with Canada’s privacy laws.
What are Hateful Acts?
An act of hate can include hate speech (online or offline), hateful behaviour, physical or verbal aggression, or harassment, among others, motivated by hate toward an identifiable group because of any of the following: race, national or ethnic origin, language, colour, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability, social condition, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression.
Hate acts include criminal and non-criminal incidents. Hate incidents and hate biases, even if not criminally classified, nonetheless have serious consequences individually and collectively for the communities targeted.
If you have ever witnessed or been a victim of a hate act(s), we invite you to fill in this survey.
Should you need any immediate assistance, these resources are available to you:
Interligne: 514-866-0103 (Montréal); 1 888 505-1010 (toll free)
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