SafeNet Project Presented at a Conference on the Needs of Victims of Hate Crime

On 15 March, 2024, SafeNet project coordinator Selma Muhič Dizdarevič (INACH) presented the SafeNet project during a conference “Fight Hate: A Victim-Oriented and Intersectoral Approach in the Fight Against Hate Crimes”, held in Vilnius at the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Lithuania.

The conference was organized by the National LGBT organization LGL and attended by Hatter Society, both members of SafeNet consortium.

More than 40 participants participated at the conference, including Minister of Justice of the Republic of Lithuania, Ambassadors of the Netherlands, Estonia, Canada, and Spain, Head of European Commission Representation in Lithuania, Seimas Ombudsperson, representative of OSCE ODIHR, civil society activists and representatives of academia.

SafeNet project coordinator presented the main project activities, its partners and timeframe, project sub-page and possibilities to collaborate. Specific focus was given to the main mean of dissemination of monitoring results – the info sheets. Selma Muhič Dizdarevič also presented advocacy strategy, advocacy roundtables, multilateral meetings and advantages and challenges related to advocacy work.

A 24-month project SafeNet: Monitoring and Reporting for Safer Online Environments joins 21 partners and is coordinated by INACH.

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