Strengthening a diverse global community committed to exposing and countering racism, bigotry and prejudice; and to promoting human rights that are central to flourishing, multicultural societies and democracies.

An international solution to an international problem
WHAT WE BELIEVE

White supremacy, hate, and far-right extremist movements are existential threats to societies and democracies around the globe. Inclusive societies are under increasing attack by growing far-right movements that are influencing policymakers and infiltrating the mainstream.

Extremists’ hateful propaganda and actions don’t stop at a country’s borders and neither can those who work to stop it. The solution lies in a coordinated, robust, transnational network of anti-racist and human rights advocates who are working together to affect change.

We must know and understand the beliefs and activities of hate and extremist groups that operate in multiple countries and influence, especially online, those who are vulnerable to radicalization. This knowledge must be freely shared with those who can prevent the spread of and positively impact the consequences of hate and extremism.

We believe in the intersectionality of the communities targeted by hate and far-right extremism. Extremists don’t target just one marginalized community - their negative actions impact all communities and simultaneously fuel racism, anti- LGBTQI sentiment, antisemitism, xenophobia, religious discrimination, and gender bias.

ABOUT US

Over the last several years, in Europe, North America, and other parts of the globe, the dangers posed by far-right movements motivated by white supremacy, xenophobia, anti-LGBTQI beliefs, antisemitism, religious discrimination and gender bias have been growing.

This is an international problem that requires an international solution. Using research, advocacy and education, the Global Project Against Hate and Extremism aims to counter the rising tide of extremism across borders by:

 

  • Documenting and exposing how hateful movements use social media and the internet to organize, propagandize and recruit adherents and members

  • Putting in the public domain basic information on far-right extremist movements, their leadership and activities

  • Examining how the activities of these movements in each country affects others, specifically analyzing the impact of American extremists on other countries. 

 

By shining light on these racist and hateful activities, and through coordinated campaigns and an active transnational network, we expect to see a reduction in transnational extremist activities and an associated reduction in acceptance of bigoted ideologies.

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