Annual survey warns of severe consequences of ignoring global hate crime towards minorities and indigenous peoples
Hate crime towards minorities and indigenous peoples is a daily reality in many countries across the globe, says Minority Rights Group International (MRG) in its annual report, but is often ignored by authorities.
The international organisation’s flagship report, State of the World's Minorities and Indigenous Peoples 2014 , focuses on ‘Freedom from hate’ and presents compelling evidence showing that hate crime and hate speech are prevalent in all regions of the world.
But hate crime is widely ignored, under-reported and often left unchecked by governments, resulting in escalating violence against minorities, says MRG in the report. Read more...
‘Get out there and get it’ – Women and Leadership in Kenya
Giulia Di Mattia, Programme Officer at Minority Rights Group International, interviewed Jennipher Atieno, the new Minister for Education, Youth, Culture and Social Services for Kisumu County in Kenya, who has dedicated her life to empowering marginalised women. Read more...
MRG Documentary films
Dead on Paper - New MRG documentary
In this compelling new film a group of Egyptian Baha'is tell their story of arbitrary arrests and violence, their legal battle for recognition, and their enduring faith, in spite of the fact that the government does not recognize their religion.
Watch a trailer on MRG's YouTube channel.
For more information, or to organise a screening of the film contact Sarah El Ashmawy - firstname.lastname@example.org.