Anti-Hate Crime Organisation Finland was founded in September 2018 and registered as an NGO the following month. The aim of the NGO is to tackle and eradicate hate crime and all forms of discrimination in Finland such as anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, Afrophobia, misogyny and other forms of social exclusion through education and training, seminars, events, conferences, among others.

The logo of the Anti-Hate Crime Organisation Finland, Suomen viharikosvastainen yhdistys ry, Finska Anti-Harbottsorganisaion rf. Read the history of our unofficial logo here.


STATEMENT: Yle should stop picking on minority youths and stick to facts (10.11.2022)

STATEMENT: The parliamentary election has begun for the Finns Party (28.9.2022)

STATEMENT: How the police and justice system play down hate crime (24.9.2022)

STATEMENT: Don’t blame migrants and minorities for growing social segregation (17.6.2022)

Vastine: Homogeeninen kansallisvaltio? Ei kiitos! (31.5.2022)

STATEMENT: A hate crime is a hate crime, period (6.2.2022)

Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe pays visit to Finland (18.6.2021)

STATEMENT: The great replacement theory and playing with fire (13.4.2021)

STATEMENT: Migrants are NOT a homogeneous group – stop labeling us as such (12.4.2021)

STATEMENT: A style guide to writing about migration and avoiding words that hide our racism and denial (5.3.2021)

TIEDOTE: Itsnäisyyspäivän vetoomus (6.12.2020)

Anti-Hate Crime Organisation Finland’s new 2020-2022 board (5.12.2020)


STATEMENT: This year’s hate crime report reveals a lot about Finland and its police service (10.10.2020)

STATEMENT: Now you see hate crime, now you don’t (23.9.2020)

STATEMENT: Finland’s most Islamophobic assault so far in 2020 should be treated as a hate crime (12.7.2020)

STATEMENT: European Islamophobia Report 2019 (20.6.2020)

STATEMENT: #BlackLivesMatter and the Finns Party (8.6.2020)

STATEMENT: Somali Finn youth death is a sad reminder of similar cases (27.4.2020)

ANNOUNCEMENT: Rashid and Sobia commemorate the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (21.3.2020)

STATEMENT: Spreading fake news the Finns Party way (20.2.20209)

STATEMENT: Coronavirus, the far-right, us and the future (18.3.2020)

STATEMENT: The impact in Finland of populism on human rights and the rule of law (7.3.2020)

STATEMENT: The media must demand from populists of the Finns Party answers to their tough questions (4.3.2020)

STATEMENT: We need answers from the Finns Party and rapidly (1.3.2020)

STATEMENT: Alternate reality or getting real (28.2.2020)

STATEMENT: Residential periods for citizenship should be lowered, not increased (21.2.2020)

STATEMENT: The killings in Germany are a warning to Finland and the rest of Europe (20.2.2020)