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  • Project 'Research – Report – Remove: Countering Cyber Hate Phenomena'

    The EU-project Research – Report – Remove: Countering Cyber Hate Phenomena (2016-2017), developed by the International Network Against Cyber Hate (INACH), aims to provide a solid basis to draw sound conclusions on the concept of cyber hate. Systemic knowledge about the phenomenon, its origins and sources, as well as forms and influences will be gathered through comparative research. By this cooperation, the project partners will jointly gather evidence about current trends in cyber hate and subsequently identify EU wide dynamics. Read the Full description here.

    Report first International Conference on Online Antisemitism, Jerusalem,
    April 19, 2016


    Conference Report


    The INACH secretariat, hosted by Magenta Foundation, likes to thank l'Association Verbe et Lumiere-Vigilance for supporting our work.

    The object of INACH, the International Network Against Cyberhate is to combat discrimination on the Internet. INACH is a foundation under Dutch Law and is seated in Amsterdam. INACH was founded on October 4, 2002 by and Magenta Foundation, Complaints Bureau for Discrimination on the Internet.

    INACH site and secretariat are run by:

    Magenta Foundation