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  • HALT THE HATE

    An interactive website that documents reports of alleged hate crimes in India

    ‘Halt the Hate’ documents alleged hate crimes in India starting from 28 September 2015, when Mohammad Akhlaq, a Muslim resident of Dadri, Uttar Pradesh, was murdered in his home by a mob claiming that he had eaten beef.

    This website documents alleged hate crimes against Dalits, Muslims, Adivasis, Transgender people, Christians, and ‘Other’ vulnerable groups.

    The term ‘hate crime’ is generally applied to criminal acts against people based on their real or perceived membership of a particular group, such as caste, religion or ethnicity, among others.

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    Project conceptualised by Amnesty International India and the Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology
    Research provided by Amnesty International India
    Designed, created and built at the Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology

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