Xenophobia, Radicalism & Hate Crime in the OSCE area, 2018-20
Vous pouvez lire ci-dessous un rapport de l’Institut économique de Moscou réalisé avec l’aide du Centre européen pour le développement de la démocratie auquel a contribué Jean-Yves Camus et qui a été mis en ligne sur Civic Nation :
The monograph « Xenophobia, Radicalism and, Hate Crimes in the OSCE Area, 2018-20 », prepared by the Moscow Economic Institute with the assistance of the European Center for the Development of Democracy, is a study by leading experts from around the world, based on monitoring and comparative analysis of anti-extremist legislation, law enforcement practice, the level of public tolerance, statistics of hate crimes committed, and activities of radical and extremist organizations from 2018 to 2020 in a number of countries around the world. The geographic scope of the study is designated as the « OSCE area », although we are talking about 10 European countries and 2 North countries including America. Of course, such a set of monitoring countries does not cover all the states that are members of this international organization, however, it allows us to trace general trends in lawmaking, law enforcement practice and other spheres of government and public life that affect the situation with extremism. The work analyzes the factors influencing the formation of public demand for radicalism, manifestations of xenophobia and racism, and provides statistics on hate crimes. A separate subject of research is the description of the main active radical and extremist organizations in Europe and North America. The analysis is given on the example of Great Britain, Germany, Greece, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, and France, as well as the USA, Canada, Russia and Ukraine.