State of Hate 2021

State of HATE 2021 - the leading annual report outlining the key trends and changes in the domestic and international far right – details how the last year of pandemic has sped up the evolution of the British far right into a digitally networked threat.

This year’s report, which surveys the tumultuous impact of 2020, is being produced against the backdrop of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, a massive increase in visibility of, and support for, conspiracy theories, and an uprising over racial justice.

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Tory Islamophobia report: Our response
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Riots: Northern Ireland on the brink
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Online Harms: Our response
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Demonstranten der Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) halten am 02.09.2013 Plakate auf einer Demonstration in Düsseldorf (Nordrhein-Westfalen) hoch. Die Eurokritiker der AfD hoffen auf den Einzug in den Bundestag. Foto: Jan-Philipp Strobel/dpa +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++

New Report: Alternative for Germany and far-right networks on Telegram and Facebook

As mainstream social media firms remove more far right actors from their platforms, many are looking for alternative channels. HOPE not hate’s Patrik Hermansson summarises…

30/07/2021 - Patrik Hermansson
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This is why they took the knee

Initial data analysis of social media accounts by HOPE not hate shows a massive spike in racist aimed at Black footballers following last night’s Euro Championship final.

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Far Right Round Up

Unable, seemingly (so they keep claiming in their begging letters) to register themselves as a proper political party, Britain First have been sunning themselves in…

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Far Right Round Up

When is a fascist not a fascist? the answer is, when the fascists tell the free press they are not a fascist! Confused? You probably…

04/06/2021 - Matthew Collins
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