Jan 2013 to Sept 2017 – Full Report
Hate & Bias Crime Monitoring Form
The Hate Crimes Monitoring Project, which aims to determine and describe the nature and extent of hate crimes in South Africa, is managed by the research sub-committee of the HCWG, led by the Unisa Department of Psychology and supported by Ubora Research Solutions together with local and international experts. The HCWG Hate & Bias Crime Monitoring Form and its accompanying User Guide is a rigorous research instrument developed by the research sub-committee, in consultation with the member organisations of the HCWG, and piloted across sectors and in different settings before its finalisation. The Monitoring Form is currently utilised by the HCWG, acting under the auspices of ethical clearance obtained from Unisa, in partnership with key civil society organisations in five provinces (Eastern Cape/ Gauteng/ KwaZulu-Natal/ Limpopo/ Western Cape) to provide a baseline record for a five year longitudinal study (2013 – 2017). The Monitoring Form has also recently been developed into an online system to track real time events.
Understanding & Responding to Hate Crime
To view the “Understanding and responding to Hate Crime” presentation by Juan Nel, CLICK HERE.