Hate Crime Laws: A Practical Guide
Publisher: OSCE 2009
Number of pages: 68
The purpose of this guide is to provide States with benchmarks for drafting hate crime legislation within a simple, clear and accessible document. The guide will assist states who wish either to enact new legislation or to review and improve their current legislation. It will also be a resource for civil society when advocating for better laws.
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