EFHR invites you to take part in a study on hate crimes in Lithuania
The European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) encourages you to fill out the questionnaire on hate crimes committed in Lithuania in 2013. The study is addressed to natural persons belonging to national minorities, religious minorities, people who are migrants, stateless persons or people of different nationality who lived in Lithuania in 2013.
Your answers will be used in a study conducted by the Lithuanian Centre for Human Rights (Lietuvos žmogaus teisių centras) at the request of the European Network Against Racism (ENAR). In May this year, we informed you that EFHR became a member of ENAR – a European-wide network against racism linking non-governmental organizations working for racial equality.
The results of the study conducted by the Lithuanian Centre for Human Rights will be compared not only with the official statistics on hate crimes from Lithuania, but also with results from other members of the EU. They will also be a part of the report on hate crimes published by ENAR each year.
You will find the questionnaire here (the deadline to fill this out is 15th September 2014):