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We collect and use information to provide anonymised human rights data and reports that will be made available to the public, the media, legislators, governments, bodies like the European Union and the United Nations and Non Governmental Organisations. The purpose is to provide up-to-date information on the experiences that people have of hate crime and hate speech and evidence to support the case for better laws, policies and practices for combating hate crime and hate speech. All published material will have any personal information removed before being compiled.