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Cause - Counter Hate

Canadian Anti-Hate Network

Counter Hate

Fund the Canadian Anti-Hate Network

Hate groups and extremists threaten our beloved democracy. They may use force or violent means to get their way. You can help experts contain the growing danger.

Why I Choose To Support

As a proud citizen of this country, I’ve become increasingly upset by the rise in polarization, disinformation, and hate crimes here. All of these things present a danger to our safety and collective futures.

About the Canadian Anti-Hate Network

Exposing and stopping hate
The Canadian Anti-Hate Network is an independent, nonprofit organization made up of Canada’s leading experts and researchers on hate groups and hate crimes. Our Advisory Committee includes academics like Dr. Barbara Perry, court-recognized experts on hate crimes, lawyers with decades of experience with hate groups, people who stood up to the neo-Nazi Heritage Front in the 1990s, and leaders in communities that are being targeted by hate.
We have relationships with colleagues and organizations doing similar work internationally, such as the Southern Poverty Law Center, and experts in deradicalisation.
The Canadian Anti-Hate Network (click here for website ) counters, monitors, and exposes hate promoting movements, groups, and individuals in Canada using every reasonable, legal, and ethical tool at our disposal. We provide education and information on hate groups to the public, media, researchers, courts, law enforcement, and community groups.
How we define a ‘hate group’
A hate group is a group which, as demonstrated by statements by its leaders or its activities, is overtly hateful towards, or creates an environment of overt hatred towards, an identifiable group as defined in the Criminal Code, the Canadian Human Rights Act, and/or the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
“. . . identifiable group means any section of the public distinguished by colour, race, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or mental or physical disability.”