OUR WORK

GPAHE exposes and disrupts racist and other hateful transnational movements, holds tech companies accountable, advocates for policies to eradicate hate and far-right extremism, and builds multinational coalitions to protect communities.

Inclusive societies and democracies are under increasing attack by growing far-right movements that incite violence, influence policymakers, infiltrate the mainstream, and harm communities. The Global Project Against Hate and Extremism centers its work on countering the threat from the far-right while emphasizing human rights and progressive values.

We take a multi-platform, intersectional approach to all our work by leveraging a combination of tools to effect change in multiple sectors simultaneously. Our aim is to reduce transnational extremist activities and associated violence and the acceptance of bigoted ideologies. Hate and extremism don’t stop at a country’s border, and neither do our efforts to halt them.

At the Global Project Against Hate and Extremism we employ research, advocacy, activism, and education to counter the rising tide of extremism across borders. Explore our work.

FEATURED REPORTS


International White Nationalist Movement
Spreading on Twitter and YouTube

The federal government 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.


Democracies Under
Threat

The decision by multiple social media platforms to suspend or remove ex-American President Donald Trump after he incited a violent mob to invade the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, was too little, too late.

FEATURED POSTS

Americans’ Fears Suppressing Participation in Democracy

Americans’ Fears Suppressing Participation in Democracy

New GPAHE poll shows Americans, especially Black, Hispanic, and young people, are very concerned with safety at polling places.

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Alarming New Data Shows Americans Are Worried About Violent Attacks, Intimidation at Polls 

Alarming New Data Shows Americans Are Worried About Violent Attacks, Intimidation at Polls 

Global Project Against Hate and Extremism shares data, recommendations with secretaries of state to keep elections both fair and safe

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GPAHE partnership with Craig Newmark Philanthropies continues

GPAHE partnership with Craig Newmark Philanthropies continues

With renewed support from Craig Newmark Philanthropies, the Global Project Against Hate and Extremism continues multi-faceted approach to combating far-right extremism

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