Hello,

Have you ever been subject to or have you witnessed episodes of hate crime, hate speech or other forms of prejudice?
Do you think that expressions of hate are increasing and pervading our communities?
If the answer is yes, please complete this survey.

We are a group of researchers enquiring about people’s experiences of crime and other offences motivated by hate and prejudice. The eMORE Project is co-financed by the European Commission and aims to increase knowledge about hate crime and hate speech, both offline and online. The aim is to improve harmonised responses to this phenomenon across Europe. You can find more information about the Project on our website - www.emoreproject.eu.

This survey is part of a wider research activity, for this questionnaire we would like you to share with us some information about:
• you (section 1)
• your experience as the victim or witness of hate crime, hate speech or other forms of prejudice (offline as well as online) (section 2), and
• what you think about hate motivated offences and prejudice (section 3).

Your contribution will be extremely valuable for our research. In order to protect your privacy, the survey is completely anonymous, and it will be impossible to trace your answers back to you personally. We will respect all relevant rules for data protection.

Thank you in advance.
We trust you to answer carefully and with honesty.


Before you start...

For the eMORE Project our definitions are as follows.

Hate crime includes all forms of expression or action that constitute a criminal offence involving prejudice or bias based on race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability.

Hate speech includes all forms of expression (oral and written) involving prejudice or bias based on race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability.

Online hate speech includes all forms of expression (with specific reference to written words and symbols) made available over the Internet and through social media, involving prejudice or bias based on race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability.


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