Together Against Hate hate-incident monitoring tool:

Click the button below to report a hate incident or hate crime which you have either experienced or witnessed and help us gather information about hate incidents.

However, the reporting a tool is not a substitute for reporting a crime to the authorities. If you are in an emergency, call 112. If you suspect that you have been the victim of a crime, report the crime to the authorities. 

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What do we do?

Together Against Hate hate-incident monitoring tool:

Together Against Hate hate-tool has been developed to monitor hate incidents Facts Against Hate Together Against Hate is a platform for people to report the hate incidents they have experienced or witnessed.

How does it work?

  • You can make a report if you experienced or witnessed a hate incident. You can also do it on someone’s behalf.
  • However, the reporting a tool is not a substitute for reporting a crime to the authorities. If you are in an emergency, call 112. If you suspect that you have been the victim of a crime, report the crime to the authorities.

Where to get help?

  • If you suspect that you have been the victim of a crime, report the crime to the authorities (poliisi.fi/en/report-a-crime). Victim support services (riku.fi/en/ 

    aims to is to improve the position of victims of crime, their close ones and witnesses in criminal cases e.g. by producing low treshold support and guidance services.

In discrimination cases you can contact:

  •  The Non-Discrimination Ombudsman (syrjinta.fi/en/). The Non-Discrimination Ombudsman is an autonomous and independent authority. The task of the Ombudsman is to promote equality and to prevent discrimination. The Ombudsman also supervises removal from the country and is the National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings. The Ombudsman further works towards improving the rights and status of foreign nationals.
  • Ombudsman for Equality (tasa-arvo.fi/en). The Ombudsman for Equality monitors the Equality Act and provides guidance and information on discrimination due to gender, gender identity and gender expression, and promotion of equality.
  • Na­tional Non-Dis­crim­i­na­tion and Equal­ity Tri­bunal (yvtltk.fi/en). The Na­tional Non-Dis­crim­i­na­tion and Equal­ity Tri­bunal is an im­par­tial and in­de­pen­dent ju­di­cial body ap­pointed by the Gov­ern­ment. The Tri­bunal su­per­vises com­pli­ance with the Non-Dis­crim­i­na­tion Act and the Act on Equal­ity be­tween Women and Men (Equal­ity Act) both in pri­vate ac­tiv­i­ties and in pub­lic ad­min­is­tra­tive and com­mer­cial ac­tiv­i­ties.
  • Office of the Chancellor of Justice (okv.fi/en). A complaint may be filed with the Chancellor of Justice if the complainant believes that an authority, civil servant or public official or other person or body assigned to perform public tasks has acted in an unlawful manner, otherwise wrongfully or failed to fulfil their responsibilities.
  • The Parliamentary Ombudsman (oikeusasiamies.fi/en/The Parliamentary Ombudsman supervises and promotes the legality and the implementation of fundamental and human rights in the activities and actions of the authorities and of private parties performing public tasks.
  • Occupational safety and health divisions at the Regional State Administrative Agencies (tyosuojelu.fi). Työnsuojelun vastuualueet pitävät huolta siitä että työnantaja on  huolehtinut työn tekemisestä ja työoloista, jotta työ sujuu turvallisesti ja terveellisesti. He myös antavat ohjausta ja neuvontaa.

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