I've been blogging a bit before about activities coming out of a European research project I've been involved with together with my colleague David Brax, When Law and Hate Collide. The earlier posts, containing links to presentations, videos from conferences, actual proposed lines of reasoning om particular topics and so on is here. Our own main input about the philosophy of hate crime, besides an upcoming special issue of the Journal of Interpersonal Violence is the Philosophy of Hate Crime Anthology, which can be downloaded in whole from the project website - the Introduction to the Philosophy of Hate Crime which is a part of that can be read online for free here.
Now has been made available yet another output, namely a one hour radio documentary in two parts, freely available as podcast or for download from here. It features me and David, as well as several other scholars from the project, and experts and professionals that we have been collaborating with, including representatives of the EU's Fundamental Rights Agency and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe's Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights.
Streams of the two parts of the program are embedded for immediate listening here:
Please feel free to use and share this material for education or just increased awareness as you please!