Welcome

Welcome to the website of the project Experience Crime – “Increasing the capacity of law enforcement authorities to tackle racist crime, hate crime and homophobic crime through experiential learning”.

This website has been designed in the framework of the European Commission DG Justice project JUST/2013/FRAC/AG/6185, which is implemented by the Centre for European Constitutional Law – Themistokles and Dimitris Tsatsos Foundation, in collaboration with Antigone, the Greek Council for Refugees, COSPE, the Hungarian Helsinki Committee and Art. 1.

Our goal is to improve responses to racist, hate and related crime in Greece, Italy and Hungary through an innovative experiential learning approach that addresses the specific needs of law enforcement authorities. This site aims to disseminate the knowledge and material produced through the project and make available the designed training tools and materials.

The site is addressed to law enforcement officials, judges, prosecutors and legal practitioners, involved in addressing hate and related crime; to national institutions competent to deliver capacity building to law enforcement authorities; to civil society organizations active in the areas of hate crime and non-discrimination.

In our site you can find information on the project and how it was methodologically developed, on the trainings designed specifically for each of the target groups, on on the network of change agents created through the project, you can access the good practices manual and the model protocols produced and you can review useful material, the awareness events held in each participating country to present the project results, or contact us for further information.

The Project

Information about the Project

Methodology

Project Methodology Development

Training

Experiential  learning material

Change Agents

Network of change agents

Consortium

for more information

eu_flag_iconThis project is funded by the Fundamental Rights & Citizenship Programme of the European Union

“This website has been produced with the financial support of the Fundamental Rights & Citizenship Programme of the European Union. The contents are the sole responsibility of the Centre for European Constitutional Law and its partners and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Commission”