National reporting procedures for cyberbullying, hate speech and hate crime

Reporting in Ukraine

Reporting hate crimE 

National police

Webwww.npu.gov.ua/uk/


Reporting Hate Speech and Cyberbullying

National police

Some forms of public expression of hate are covered by the criminal code and can be reported to the police.
Web: www.npu.gov.ua/uk/


Center of Social Liberties NGO

The organization supports victims to report on-line and follows up on the report with police officials.
Web: noborders.org.ua/category/sferi-diyalnosti/zlochini-na-grunti-nenavisti/

For more information on the procedures and legal grounds to take action visit:

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Reporting in Sweden

Reporting hate speech and hate crime
 

Polisen (police)

Website: polisen.se
Phone:+46 114 14


Reporting cyberbullying

If the cyberbullying is connected to the school one should report it to the school management or a teacher. For other cases one can turn to the police.

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Reporting in Slovenia

Reporting hate speech and hate crime 

Police

”Public Incitement to Hatred, Violence or Intolerance” can be report at the police. 
Web: www.policija.si/eng
e-mail: gp.policija(at)policija.si 

Hotline ‘Spletno oko’

It also coordinates follow up on reports submitted via the report buttons on some Slovenian online media sites
Web: safe.si/spletno-oko 
email: info@spletno-oko.si

Anti-Hate Speech Council

NGOs run initiative
Web: www.mirovni-institut.si/govor/ 
Email: sovraznigovor@mirovni-institut.si

Human Rights Ombudsman (Varuh človekovih pravic RS)

To report hate speech/crime and discrimination conducted by public authorities. 
Web: www.varuh-rs.si/index.php?L=6 
Email: info@varuh-rs.si
 


Reporting cyberbullying

National Awareness Centre Safe.si

Web: https://safe.si/
e-mail: info@safe.si 

National helpline TOM TELEFON 

Web: www.e-tom.si/ 
Phone: 116 111, daily between 12.00 and 20.00
Online chat room: http://www.e-tom.si/klepetalnica

For more information on the procedures and legal grounds to take action visit:

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Reporting in Portugal

Reporting hate speech and hate crime

Safer Internet Centre (CISpt) – Hotline (Linha Internet Segura)

For reporting any kind of illegal (criminal) content in internet (cooperating with cybercrime police). 
Website: linhaalerta.internetsegura.pt/

ILGA 

Helpline for support and information LGBT related hate speech and crime
Phone: 218 873 922
Website: ilga-portugal.pt/actividades/laish.php

Discrimination Watch online report tool:
Website: ilga-portugal.pt/observatorio/

APAV (Portuguese Victims Support Association)

Phone: 116 006
Website: www.apav.pt/

Governmental online mechanism for crimes reports

Website: queixaselectronicas.mai.gov.pt


Reporting cyberbullying

Safer Internet Centre (CISpt) - HOTLINE (LINHA INTERNET SEGURA)

Helpline (Linha Ajuda) – Online chat, phone and email. 
Phone: 800 21 90 90 (Free!)
Website: www.internetsegura.pt/linha-ajuda   

APAV (Portuguese Victims Support Association) 

Helpline
Phone: 116 006
Website: www.apav.pt/

IAC (Supporting Children Institute)

Helpline for children – online chat, email and phone.
Phone: 116 111 
Website: www.iacrianca.pt/index.php/setores-iac-sos/apresentacao-sos

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Reporting in Norway

Reporting hate speech 

Kripos - National Criminal Investigation Service

Website: https://ccis.no/partnere/national-criminal-investigation-service/
Email: kripos@politiet.no
phone: +47 23208000
Address:     Brynsalléen 6, 0667 Oslo, Postboks 8163 Dep., 0034 Oslo

FRI – Foreningen for kjønns- og seksualitetsmangfold 

The Norwegian Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Organisation 
Website: www.ikkefinndegidet.no 
Email: post@foreningenfri.no


Reporting hate crime 

“Report racism”

Email: epost@antirasistisk-senter.no
Website: www.antirasistisk-senter.no/meld-fra-om-rasisme/
Phone: +47 23 13 90 00
Fax: +47 23 13 90 13
Address:     Antirasistisk Senter, Storgata 25, Postboks 244, Sentrum, 0103 OSLO

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Reporting in Montenegro

Reporting hate speech, hate crime and cyberbullying

Police

Hate speech can be reported to the police as any other crime. The report will be reviewed in close liaison with the prosecutor for possible follow-up. 

NGO “Prima”

ONLINE counselling by NGO Prima via e-mail, online form, and the Facebook page of NGO Prima.
Website: www.nvoprima.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ngoprima 
Phone: +382 69 416 448 mob
Fax: +382 20 612 089
Email: nvoprima@yahoo.om
Adress: AntonaCehova street, No 4, 81000 Podgorica, Montenegro

Forum MNE

Reporting of ONLINE hate speech, developed for the No Hate Speech Movement campaign in Montenegro.
Website: forum-mne.com/nohatespeech/  
Tel/fax: +382 20 602 710
Address: Bratstva i jedinstva 4, 81 000 Podgorica, Montenegro

For more information on the procedures and legal grounds to take action visit:

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Reporting in Luxembourg

Reporting hate speech and hate crime

Kanner-Jugendtelefon

For advice and counselling by phone or via online form:
General website: www.kjt.lu
Children    
phone: 116 111
website: https://www.kjt.lu/fr/enfants
Adolescence:
Phone: 116 111
Website: https://www.kjt.lu/fr/adolescents
Parents: 
Phone: 26 64 05 55
Website: https://www.kjt.lu/fr/parents

BEE-Secure

Reporting of illegal content online, including racism, discrimination is done online at Bee-Secure Stopline. For counceling and advise Bee-secure has a helpline

Website: stopline.bee-secure.lu
Helpline: 8002-1234


Reporting cyberbullying

Kanner-Jugendtelefon

National help line : 116 111
https://www.bee-secure.lu/
www.kjt.lu 

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Reporting in Latvia

Reporting hate speech and hate crime

State Police

For crimes committed against Article 150 Incitement of Social Hatred and Enmity
Website: http://www.vp.gov.lv/
Phone: + 371 67075212
Email: kanc@vp.gov.lv 

Security Police

For crimes committed against Article 78 of the criminal code: Triggering of National, Ethnic and Racial Hatred
Website: dp.gov.lv
Phone: +371 67208964

Latvian Centre for Human Rights 

Report of hate speech and crime on all grounds in Latvia, Russian and English
Website: cilvektiesibas.org.lv/en/database/report-hate-crime/ http://cilvektiesibas.org.lv/en/database/report-discrimination/
Email: office@humanrights.org.lv

LGBT union “Mozaika”

Report of hate speech and crime on all grounds, but specially LGBT related
Website: www.naidanoziegumi.lv/zino-par-naida-noziegumu 
Email: office@mozaika.lv
 


Reporting cyberbullying

Net-safe Latvia 

The NGO deals with all reports of hate speech, including especially cyberbullying.
Website: www.drossinternets.lv/page/32 
Email: info@drossinternets.lv 

 

For more information on the procedures and legal grounds to take action visit:

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Reporting in Ireland

Reporting hate speech, hate crime and cyberbullying

i-report - ENAR Ireland 

People can report racism online and through community based partners, i.e. NGOs who are part of ENAR network
Website: www.ireport.ie/


Immigrant Council of Ireland

Provides support, information and appropriate referrals to people who have experienced or witnessed racist incidents in Ireland via the Racism Hotline
Phone: (01) 645 8058
Website: www.immigrantcouncil.ie/

Police

People can report racist, religious, xenophobic, sectarian and homophobic hostility in person to a police officer. The reports are followed up as any other crime.
Website: www.garda.ie/
 

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Reporting in Hungary

Reporting hate speech

Tett és Védelem Alapítvány

Reporting of insults or anti-Semitic abuse due to a supposed or real Jewish background
Phone: (+36 1) 51 00 000
Website: www.tev.hu

 

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The above information comes from a mapping study on national reporting mechanisms in the countries involved in the No Hate Speech Movement.
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