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Hate Crimes in the US Reports

ICERD Shadow Report: U.S. is Failing to Protect Minorities from Hate Crimes

SUMMARY This Shadow Report lays out the context under which the U.S. government has failed to protect minority communities from hate crimes through a combination of inadequate data collection, limited training of law enforcement to investigate and document hate crimes, and the failure to devote resources to […]

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Go Home Terrorist: A Report on Bullying Against Sikh American School Children

In March of 2014, the Sikh Coalition published their Report: “Go Home Terrorist” and acknowledged ICAAD’s work on the report: “We are thankful to the lead researchers of this report, Hansdeep Singh, JD, LLM, Co-Founder and Director of Legal Programs of the International Center for Advocates Against […]

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ICCPR Shadow Report on the U.S. and Hate Crimes

SUMMARY This Shadow Report is an initial submission to the United Nations Human Rights Committee and is not covered in the list of issues or NGO list of issues reports. The violations detailed in this Report have not been thoroughly briefed before the Human Rights Committee, and […]

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Department of Justice (CRT): Hate Crimes Documentation

Hate Crimes Documentation The 2010 FBI Hate Crime Statistics reveal that out of 6,624 single-bias incidents, 20% were motivated by religious bias. What is both significant and shocking about this number is that it represents the highest percentage of religiously motivated hate crimes ever recorded by the […]

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Analysis on Hate Crime Coding and Data Collection Provided to the US Department of Justice

Re: Analysis on Hate Crime Coding and Data Collection Date: September 28, 2012 The 2010 FBI Hate Crime Statistics reveal that out of 6,624 single-bias incidents, 20% were motivated by religious bias.[1]What is both significant and shocking about this number is that it represents the highest percentage […]

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Senate Judiciary Hearing: Statement on Hate Crimes

Statement of ICAAD on Hate Crimes and Domestic Terrorism before the Senate Judiciary Committee HATE CRIMES ANALYSIS Issue 1: Create Anti-Sikh Hate Crimes Code on 1-699 UCR Form: An Anti-Sikh hate crimes code is necessary for proper allocation of law enforcement resources that recognize the Sikh community […]

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ABA Int’l Law Journal: European Union Airport Security

On April 29, 2010, Commission Regulation (EU) No. 185/2010 (“EU Regulation”) concerning airport screening procedures came into force and immediately became “binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.” These procedures could be construed as requiring physical pat-downs of turbans or their removal altogether. […]

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#RaiseYourShield

March 8th is International Women's Day recognizing the struggle for women's rights. We are privileged to have the opportunity to meet, learn, and support courageous women's rights advocates like @vanuatuwomenscentre on the front lines of that struggle. ... See MoreSee Less

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