Below is a list of Australian and international publications and organisations that refer to OHPI, it activities and its publications.

UNESCO: Report “World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development: Special Digital Focus 2015” discusses OHPI’s work at some length including – 2015. 

UNESCO: Report “Countering Online Hate Speech” discusses OHPI initiative and quotes from an interview conducted with OHPI’s CEO Dr Andre Oboler. June 2015.

The Bridge Initiative, Georgetown University, Washington University: The Blog for the project discusses OHPI report “Islamophobia on the Internet“. April 15, 2015

The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation: Publication  OHPI report “Report on Islamophobia” references OHPI’s report “Islamophobia on the Internet“. June 18-19, 2014.

Victorian Equal Opportunity Human Rights Commission: OHPI was a key informant for its report “Reporting Racism: What you say matters“. It also quoted our reports “Aboriginal memes and online hate” and “Incident report and analysis“. May 2013.

National Library of Australia: The NLA archives all the online content produced by OHPI. There archive can be accessed here.

UTS, Deakin University and University of Western Sydney project addressing cyber-racism and the development of community resilience: OHPI is a community partner to the project. And you can read more about it here and here.

Wikipedia‘s page on cyber-racism: References OHPI’s publication “OHPI Submission on Racial Discrimination and S 18C” while discussing whether cyberracism is criminal under Australian law or not. 

Internet: Creatively Unveiling Discrimination Project, Funded by the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programmes of the European Union: Discusses OHPI’s activities on its website.

Council for American-Islamic Relations, Florida: Discusses OHPI’s report “Islamophobia on the Internet” on its website.

The Institute for Jewish & Community Research, San Francisco (IJCR): Discusses OHPI’s report “Multiple and Severe Hate Speech on YouTube” on its website. August 1, 2012.

Confronting Internet’s Dark Side: Book by Raphael Cohen-Almagor references OHPI’s briefing “It’s time Facebook Repents“. Pg 217. Publication 2015.