RADAR Interviews Analysis: Project Report

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Abstract

This project report attempts to summarise the main points raised from the national reports, drafted by the RADAR team members from Finland, Greece, Italy, The Netherlands, Poland and the United Kingdom, on interviews with hate crime victims and people who have experienced racism and related discrimination. The purpose of these interviews was threefold: 1) to establish patterns and common themes in racist attitudes, implicit or explicit, at an interpersonal or institutional level, across the 6 countries of the RADAR project; 2) to explore the impact of offensive words, gestures, looks, attitudes etc. on the victims and 3) to form a basis for the design of training material in Work Stream 3.
It is important to note that this report does not constitute a comparative analysis, but instead a presentation of the specific data that we collected in our interviews. The report therefore is not representative of any country.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationPerugia, Italy
PublisherKey & Key Communications, Perugia, Italy
Number of pages13
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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    Strani, K., & Monteoliva, E. (2015). RADAR Interviews Analysis: Project Report. Key & Key Communications, Perugia, Italy.