Anyone can report hate crime or discrimination incident. You can choose to report an incident or an intervention (when someone intervened to stop a hate crime/discrimination incident or supported the victim). You can report directly when the incident happens, or anytime afterwards. And you can use your mobile or a computer to report.
If you are reporting at the time and place of the incident, click 'It just happened here' and we will auto populate the location and time. Feel free to adjust it, or just move the map pin to narrow down the exact location.
If you are reporting an incident that happened earlier or somewhere else, click 'It happened earlier/elsewhere'. Then enter the address, city, and country of the location of the incident or just describe the place as best you can. You can also move the map pin to provide a very specific location.
You will be able to view your report on the map immediately. We check all report descriptions to ensure anonymity and once it's done, also the description will be viewable. If you want, you can sign up to receive updates on your report. Updates include comments and expressions of support.
All reports are regularly reviewed to make sure that they about LGBTI hate crimes and/or discrimination. It should also be about a specific incident and not a general feel about LGBTI hate crimes. The report also has to say where and when it happened, and give all relevant information regarding the incident.