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Global Project Against Hate and Extremism

What We Believe

The Global Project Against Hate and Extremism’s mission is to strengthen and educate a diverse global community committed to exposing and countering racism, bigotry, and hatred; and to promote human rights values that support flourishing, inclusive societies and democracies.

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CA State Capitol

GPAHE’s Heidi Beirich Presents on The Changing Face of Extremism

California State Assembly Select Committee on the State of Hate holds hearing on extremism in the US and how to effectively address it.

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Polish Independence Day March Likely to Lead to Far-Right Violence

Facebook and Twitter Must Act Responsibly, Protect Their Users and Democracy by Removing Organizing Pages for the Polish Independence Day March

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New GPAHE Report: U.S. Based Alliance Defending Freedom Pushes Anti-LGBTQ+ and Anti-Woman Agenda Around the World

ADF has built a transnational, rights-violating network with far-right groups, some of which also push white supremacist ideas.

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FEATURED REPORT


International White Nationalist Movement Spreading on Twitter and YouTube

In June 2020, the U.S. State Department announced that white supremacist terrorism is “a serious challenge for the global community.” That same conclusion has been reached by other American government agencies including the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the National Counterterrorism Center, as well as foreign security organizations such as Europol.

DHS has specifically pointed to the propaganda pushed by the international white supremacist network Generation Identity, the subject of this report, as motivating white supremacist violence.

In June 2020, the U.S. State Department announced that white supremacist terrorism is “a serious challenge for the global community.” That same conclusion has been reached by other American government agencies including the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the National Counterterrorism Center, as well as foreign security organizations such as Europol.

DHS has specifically pointed to the propaganda pushed by the international white supremacist network Generation Identity, the subject of this report, as motivating white supremacist violence.

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