Menu

Citizens for Justice and Peace

hate hatao

Pulwama Attack: Hate-mongering in times of tragedy How divisive forces work overtime to destroy India's delicate social-cultural fabric

At a time when the killing of 40 CRPF jawans in Pulwama, Kashmir has shocked every Indian to the core, some right wing celebrities, not to mention the usual twitter trolls took to the Internet to spread hatred against their fellow Indians. CJP’s Hate Watch documents singers and actresses who cynically used a tragedy for…

How Hate Crimes Change Lives, Livelihoods And Ways Of Living Conclusion to a six-part investigation by Factchecker.in

Sonda Habibpur village, Bulandshahr: “Sometimes, I feel like Gabbar Singh,” 44-year-old Shrikrishna said, unable to control his tears and struggling to look for documents in a thick stack, in the faint light of a single bulb in his courtyard. In the six months since he was publicly assaulted and humiliated, allegedly by mostly upper-caste men,…

An app to fight hate The Asian Age

HateHatao app lets users report instances of hate speech, threats and crimes along with the evidence in form of screenshots, videos, and pictures. Over the last couple of years, the country has seen a significant rise in hate-based crimes. From hate speeches, threats to the actual events of violence, the vulnerable communities including the caste,…

Hate Watch: CJP’s Hate Hatao app gets reports of shooting of Gandhi effigy CJP writes to Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh Police

On January 30, the day of the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi by Hindutva activist Nathuram Godse, Citizens for Justice and Peace (CJP) launched our app, Hate Hatao, to allow citizens to submit reports of instances of hate that they may encounter. On that very day, Hindu Mahasabha national secretary Pooja Shakun Pandey was captured on…

How A Jumble Of Politics, Gender Issues And Economics Foments Hate Crime In UP Part 5 of a 6 Part Series by Factchecker.In

Naseerpur village, Mau: When the residents of Bholapur Hindoliya village in north-western Uttar Pradesh (UP) caught a 20-year-old outsider near a cattle-shed, trying to draw out a buffalo, they were enraged. Having suffered enormous losses due to frequent cattle theft, they thought they had finally found the thief. Eyewitnesses said the villagers, mostly Jats, then…

देशात वाढणारा द्वेष संपण्यासाठी ‘हेट हटावो’ अॅप Eenadu India

मुंबई – देशात द्वेष वाढत चाललेला आहे. हा द्वेष संपवण्यासाठी सामाजिक कार्यकर्त्या तिस्ता सेटलवाड आणि त्यांच्या सीजेपी चमुने ‘हेट हटावो’ या अॅपची निर्मिती केली आहे. महात्मा गांधीच्या पुण्यतिथीनिमित्त या अॅपचे अनावरण करण्यात आले. समाजमाध्यमांवर द्वेष पसरवणारे अनेक व्हिडिओ असतात. या व्हिडिओमुळे समाजात दरी निर्माण होत आहे. या व्हिडिओचे मूळ शोधण्याचे काम या अॅपच्या माध्यमातून केले…

‘Hate Hatao’ Is A Groundbreaking & Powerful New App To Report And Fight Hate Crimes In India IndiaTimes

India has witnessed a surge in hate crimes targeted at already vulnerable communities over the past few years. Not just India, developed democracies around the world are reeling under a spike in hate crimes. Reports of religious-based hate-crime cases have surged in India since the Narendra Modi-led NDA came to power in 2014, according to…

In The Wake Of Hate Crime, Leaving Home In Search Of Safety Part 4 of a series of reports on Hate Crime in UP by Factchecker.in

Soi village, Bulandshahr: “Baba loved the village,” said Vakeel Ahmad, a year and a half after his father Ghulam Mohammed was lynched outside Soi village of Bulandshahr district in Uttar Pradesh (UP), where the family had lived for generations. “He always said there can be no better place than the village,” Ahmad said, on the phone…

Go to Top