European Union Agency for Fundamental Human Rights (FRA)
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Human Rights (FRA) has once again reported in its annual review that Ireland continues to have a good system for recording racist crime.
Status of official data collection on racist, anti-Roma, antisemitic and Islamophobic/anti-Muslim crime in EU Member States, December 2013
http://fra.europa.eu/sites/default/files/fra-2014-annual-report-2013_en.pdf. Page 159 (or Page 167 online).
Status of official data collection on racist, anti-Roma, antisemitic, Islamophobic/anti-Muslim and (right-wing) extremist crime in EU Member States, December 2012
Data collection is limited to a few incidents, and the data are, in general, not published
Good data available - different bias motivations are recorded and data are, in general, published
Comprehensive data available - different bias motivations are recorded, as are characteristics of victims and perpetrators, where criminal victimisation has occurred, and the types of crimes that were committed, such as murder, assault or threats. Data are always published
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