Understanding and Preventing Youth Hate Crimes and Identity-Based Bullying (Day 2)
Held on October 27–28, 2021 and hosted by OJJDP, Understanding and Preventing Youth Hate Crimes and Identity-Based Bullying was a national symposium on preventing and combating identity-based bullying and criminal extremist hate groups as they impact our nation’s youth. This virtual symposium addressed important topics such as current trends and research on identity-based bullying, cyberbullying, youth-related hate crimes, and how hate groups use social media and technology to reach, recruit, and radicalize youth. Panel discussions provided programs, best practices, and evidence-based strategies on how schools, families, law enforcement, and communities can work together to build protective factors in youth and help youth resist and disengage from extremist hate groups. To obtain handouts and documents for this video, please contact the OJJDP NTTAC Help Desk at [email protected] or by phone at 1–833–647–0513.
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