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Report of Xenophobia, Radicalism and Hate Crime in Netherlands

Report of Xenophobia, Radicalism and Hate Crime in Netherlands

In the Netherlands, human rights are protected by national legislation and international agreements. Nevertheless, human rights are sporadically jeopardized, for instance, when xenophobic or radicalized individuals and groups threat dignity (hate speech against Jews, Muslims, immigrants, homosexuals; ethnic profiling; police racism), or physical integrity (xenophobic, or homophobic attacks, attacks on refugee shelters, etc.) In general, better protection against hate speech is recommendable, because it creates a socio-political climate in w violence becomes tolerated. In addition, official data on hate crime is needed to capture all complexity and seriousness of human rights violations in the Netherlands and to build adequate protective measures.

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