About OHPI and Online Hate

  • Bendigo Mosque

    Bigots from around Australia gathered on Facebook to oppose construction of a mosque and create a false impression that bigotry was on the rise in Bendigo

  • OHPI Submission on S 18C

    The Online Hate Prevention Institute's Submission on the Review of S 18C

  • 18C Changes
  • The Antisemitic Jew Meme

    OHPI exposes an effort to game "Know Your Meme" and take antisemitism into mainsteam online culture

  • Aboriginal Memes 2014
  • Regulating Large Social Media Sites
  • Anti-Muslim Hate

    A major new report into the alarming growth of anti-Muslim hate on Facebook.

  • Holocaust Denial Page Finally Removed

    After months of campaigning, the Holocaust Denial Facebook page "The Untold History" was finally removed

  • Annual Report

    Our first year was a huge success, this report outlines our achievements. From monitoring incidents, to reports and presentations at major international events.

  • Global Forum to Combat Antisemitism

    OHPI's CEO, Dr Oboler, served on the conference steering group and as Co-Chair of the Working Group on Antisemitism on the Internet and in the Media

  • Attacking the ANZACs on Facebook

    In the lead-up to ANZAC day 2013 an internet troll created a series of pages mocking the ANZACs and causing public outrage in both Australia and New Zealand.

  • Antisemitism on Facebook
  • Aboriginal Memes

    The Online Hate Prevention Institute has released a ground breaking report into Online Hate against Aboriginal people in Australian

  • The Hitler Shield

    Facebook's reluctance to remove Holcoaust denial is used as a shield to mock memorial pages to a young girl cyberbullied into suicide.

  • SBS News

    An interview with the Online Hate Prevention Institute’s CEO, Dr Andre Oboler

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Types of hate the Online Hate Prevention Institute has examined:

Antisemitism (Hate against Jews), Racism (hate against Indigenous Australians), Military Service (hate against the ANZACs and military veterans), Homophobia (hate against people who are gay, lesbian or bisexual), Cyberbullying (online attacks anyone), serious Trolling and Griefing (includes the creation of malicious content focusing on people who have died)


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