Nowadays, the increase in hate crimes and hate speeches is part of the polarisation of societies. Every day, countless hate messages are disseminated on social networks. This phenomenon is very complex due to the wide variety of actors who are senders of hate speeches and the different interacting variables.
Bias motivation is a basic element of hate crime that is compiled by national and European law. The law constrains to a closed list of reasons that individuals can allocate as hate crimes: racist acts, anti-Semitic reasons, ideology, religion or beliefs, family situation, belonging to an ethnic group, race or nation, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or identity and reasons of gender, illness or disability.
This weeks release concerns “Righ-Wing Extremism in: Monitoring of 20-N and 25-N”, thoroughly explored by Euro-arab Foundation for Higher Studies analysts Lucía G. del Moral and José Luis Salido Medina, find it below!