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About OHPI and Online Hate

  • Anti-Racism Rally

    July 18 Melbourne Rally Against Racism

  • Fight Against Hate

    After a successful launch in Sydney on December 9, our Fight Against Hate software is now live.

  • Aboriginal Memes

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

  • Modern Antisemitism

    Modern Antisemitism: How anti-Zionism, Holocaust denial and "competitive victimhood" define modern-day antisemitism

  • Je Suis Humain
  • 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

  • Antisemitism on Facebook
  • 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.

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Making online hate as unacceptable as real world hate

The Online Hate Prevention Institute is an independent Australian charity. We reduce the risk of harm to individuals resulting from online content. We play a leading global role combating the spread of many types of hate through the internet.

If you support what we do, please join us on Facebook at facebook.com/onlinehate to help take action when needed and sign up for our monthly update over e-mail.

Types of hate the Online Hate Prevention Institute has examined:

Racism, Antisemitism (hate against Jews), Anti-Muslim hate, Racism against Indigenous Australians, Hate directed against the ANZACs and military veterans, Serious Trolling, Cyberbullying (persistent and personal online attacks) and Griefing (including the creation of malicious content focusing on people who have died), Misogyny (aggression against women), and Homophobia (hate against people who are gay, lesbian or bisexual)

We also tackle the use of social media by violent extremists, and Social Media Policies; regarding companies' responsibilities towards society, governments and the law. You can read more about the impact of our research.

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