Professor Paul IganskiEmeritus
For over two decades I have specialised in research, writing, teaching, and public engagement about hate crime and hate speech. My research and public engagement activity directly informs my teaching.
I particularly apply a victim-centred harms-based approach focusing on the impacts and consequences of hate victimisation and how this might inform policy and practice with hate crime victims and offenders. My research featured as a hate crime impact case study for the UK’s 2014 Research Excellence Framework.
I mostly conduct my research in collaboration with, or commissioned by, NGOs and the equalities sector internationally.
Civil courage: Countering the harms of hate violence
01/09/2016 → …
CREST: Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats
01/10/2015 → …
ESRC centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science - CASS
31/03/2013 → 30/03/2018
Analysing BCS and SCJS data on equality, good relations and human rights.
06/02/2012 → 30/03/2012
Rehabilitation of targeted/hate crime offenders research dissemination
21/03/2011 → 31/03/2011
Secondary analysis of the British crime survey to inform EHRC paper on harassment
02/02/2011 → 30/11/2011
Prevent - community projects
06/01/2010 → 31/03/2011
- Centre for Crime, Law and Justice