Point 10 - Hate Crimes and Conflicts Management

To support or establish mechanisms for dealing with hate crimes and conflict management.

  • To establish a pool of experts (researchers and practitioners including those of discriminated groups) with relevant competence to provide the local community with advise, and carry out analysis of the situation to ensure that there is a proper analysis before responses are determined.
  • To establish an inter-agency group of knowledgeable employees, representing agencies with potential ownership to such conflicts (police, education sector, youth workers, social workers, civil society organizations, etc.) with responsibility for coordinating actions at an early stage when racist crimes or group conflicts arise.
  • To provide training on racist crimes and conflict management to selected employees from relevant agencies and institutions (schools, youth programmes, integration offices, etc.).


Barcelona is a leading city internationally in terms of openness, democracy and diversity that all residents and visitors can experience freely and without fear.