Online hate takes many forms. Not all of them are obvious.

Hatepedia is an online database and resource centre built with original research to provide educators, parents, lawmakers, and researchers with tools to identify and counter the proliferation of online hate.

On Hatepedia you will find:

  • Hatepedia's Guide to Online Hate, a publicly accessible database of symbols, terms, themes, and meme characters that are commonly used in online hate.
  • Coming Soon to Hatepedia:

  • Canada’s Hate Meme Database, a closed-access browsable database of several thousand analyzed hate memes that appeared in Canadian contexts. Access to this resource will limited to professionals by application.
  • Educate Against Hate, a set of freely downloadable lesson plans and toolkits for schools and community groups teaching about online hate.
  • Hatepedia is produced through the Holocaust Education Centre’s Online Hate Research and Education Project. Hatepedia is made possible by the Government of Canada’s Anti-Racism Action Program.

    Hatepedia is a work in progress.

    For more information about Hatepedia, please contact us at neuberger [at] ujafed.org

    Hatepedia was produced by the Online Hate Research and Education Project, which is an initiative of the Holocaust Education Centre. For more information, please visit our website or contact us at neubeger [at] ujafed.org.

    Hatepedia and OHREP have been made possible in part by the Government of Canada.

    Hatepedia et OHREP a été rendu possible en partie grâce au gouvernement du Canada.