Reporting using the Fight Against Hate tool

Fight Against Hate’ Launch Event, Sydney 2014

On the 9th of December 2014, the evening before International Human Rights Day, the Online Hate Prevention Institute held a public event to globally launch “Fight against Hate” our online tool for reporting and monitoring online hate and bigotry. The Hon Paul Fletcher MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications, launched the new tool.

The software itself works through a reporting system, and various organisations will have access to a register where they can input various data they encounter that can be classified as hateful online content.

This way, online hate can be tracked globally and on a consistent level and can be reported by various groups who are vulnerable to online hate and bigotry.

The Hon Paul Fletcher MP prepared to launch the Fight Against Hate online reporting system

How to register and start using the tool

Go to to access the tool.
The instructions on the Fight Against Hate help page are kept up to date as we update the software and make any changes to the interface.

Thank you for making a valuable contribution toward helping OHPI in our fight against online racism, religious vilification, misogyny, homophobia, cyber bullying and hate and bigotry in all its forms online.

If you have any questions about the tool please click on the “Contact” tab at the top of the Home screen.