Society attitudes, violence, legislation, community outreach and other issues related to anti-LGBT hate crimes are among topics that will be covered at the “LGBTI People and Violence in Europe: studying attitudes, changing minds” to be held on 26-27 September 2019 in Budapest, Hungary, as part of the EU-funded project Call It Hate. The participation in the conference is free of charge, but registration is required. To register, please click here.
The conference will be an opportunity to explore developments in awareness raising campaign and activities, research, policy, and advocacy. Following various format such as discussion sessions, problem-solving workshops and seminars, a range of topics and theoretical perspectives will be encompassed:
- Attitudes towards LGBTI people in the society
- Violence, hate crime, hate speech and discrimination
- Outreach, advocacy and campaign activities
- Laws, policies and practice
Click HERE to register to the conference.
Deadline to register: September 1, 2019
During the conference the Call it Hate Research Report, presenting the research findings from the Call it Hate project Raising Awareness on Anti-LGBT Hate Crime: Research, Policy and Practice, will be launched.
The conference is organized in the framework of the Call it Hate project, co-financed by the EU Rights, Equality and Citizenship programme, by University of Brescia (Italy), Lambda Warsaw (Poland), Hatter Society (Hungary), in cooperation with the National University of Public Service (Hungary) and together with almost 50 partner organizations from 10 European and extra-European countries.