News Headlines

  • Finland’s deputy state prosecutor to investigate Sadmies’ Facebook post on sterilizing Africans
  • OSCE-wide Counter-Terrorism Expert Conference Intervention by INACH
  • Germany: Would you report a social media page if it contains extremist views or content?(Poll)
  • UK: UKIP official forced to delete racists FB posts after sharing them
  • UK: Plea for Scotland Yard unit to tackle trolls as police forces face rising tide of online hate crime
  • Google calls for anti-Isis push and makes YouTube propaganda pledge
  • On Web, white supremacists stir up a growing and angry audience
  • Czech-language FB page of non-existent group falsifies photo of banner carried by Romani people


  • November 5, 2014

    New Publication by INACH and LICRA

    A publication by The
    International Network Against Cyber Hate (INACH) and the
    Ligue Internationale contre le Racisme et l'Antisémitisme (LICRA).
    Written & edited by Floriane Hohenberg, Ronald Eissens and Suzette Bronkhorst

    Click here to download the report in PDF format.

    Network activities

    INACH ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2014 IN BRUSSELS, BELGIUM on October 20, 2014










    Program and registration

    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 Jugendschutz.net and Magenta Foundation, Complaints Bureau for Discrimination on the Internet.

    INACH site and secretariat are run by:

    Magenta Foundation