The Philosophy of Hate Crime Symposium scrutinizes the basis of European hate crime policy
September 26–27, a research group at the Department of philosophy, linguistics and theory of science hosts the symposium The Philosophy of Hate Crime as a step within the EU project When Law and Hate Collide: Perspectives on Hate Crime
Presenters at the symposium are several prominent debaters, scholars and researchers on basic issues about what hate crime is, why it is important to have a policy for hate crimes, how such a policy should and should not be designed and on what theoretical basis such issues are to be settled.
- Read more about the project When Law and Hate Collide: Perspectives on Hate Crime
- The program can be downloaded here
The symposium is not open for additional attendants, but will be documented by the Gothenburg University-TV, for subsequent broadcasting of presentations and discussions on television and on the internet.