Educate Against Hate

As part of the upcoming Toronto Holocaust Museum’s programming, the Online Hate Research and Education Project is proud to present, workshops, lesson plans, lectures, and panels on online hate and hate movements in Canada to primary and secondary schools, Colleges and Universities, community organizations, and workplaces.

To inquire about organizing a presentation with OHREP please email info [at]

Lesson Plans

The Toronto Holocaust Museum is proud to offer lesson plans, built from the OHREP's original research. Designed in collaboration with Ontario teachers, and targeting curriculum objectives for four different courses, these lesson plans aim to walk educators through the important task of talking with their students about online hate. These lessons will be made available in this space in the coming weeks.


Weaponized Laughter: Memes and Hate in the Canadian Digital Landscape - OHREP's final report is an analysis of nearly 3000 hateful memes posted by Canadian accounts.

Holocaust Denial, Distortion, and Celebration Memes - a report on the weaponization of the Holocaust through memes.

This resource is destined for a mature public. It discusses themes of genocide, hate, and radicalization. Reference material may include strong and inflammatory language, including racial slurs, and the promotion of violence. Reader discretion is advised.

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

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.