Hate Crime and Radicalism: Internet:Written question - 199414

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Asked by Lucy Powell
(Manchester Central)
Asked on: 05 December 2018
Home Office
Hate Crime and Radicalism: Internet
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how much funding the Government has provided to organisations tackling online extremism and hate crime in each of the last five years.
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Answered by: Victoria Atkins
Answered on: 21 December 2018

Over the last five years the Government has committed to funding a range of organisations tackling online extremism and hate crime.

This has included: over £450k to MOPAC for a London Hate Crime Hub through the Police Innovation Fund; £200k for the first year of the police National Online Hate Crime Hub which went live in January 2018; alongside £100k to the Police to support the TrueVision website for hate crime reporting. As part of the response to online extremism under the Counter Extremism Strategy, we have provided £272,419 in grant funding for Civil Society Organisations through the Building a Stronger Britain Together Programme.

There has also been funding to tackle broader issues than online extremism and hate which would have benefit for both issues. For example, over £1.8m funding to tackle online harassment through the Office for Students.

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