The two-year project PONGO, which focused on bringing police and NGOs together to tackle hate crime, ends with a conference on September 24. The international conference “Joining forces: together against hate crime” focuses on different aspects of hate crime, especially in the Baltic context. Speakers from different countries discuss cooperation, prosecution and victim support in the context of bias motivated incidents and crimes.
The conference takes place as a hybrid event both in Tallinn and online. Registration is open now for NGO representatives, victim support providers, policymakers, academics, legal professionals, police officers and other specialists interested in the topic of hate crime. Working language of the conference is English.
Find out more and register here!
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