INACH, the International Network against Cyber Hate, is a foundation under Dutch law, with a board as governing unit. INACH has its office/secretariat in Amsterdam. INACH has more than 20 members around the world who consist of organizations handling complaints concerning discrimination on Internet who are able to work independently from the network (self-supporting). INACH’s new booklet about online hate is online available. This booklet will enable readers to have a better understanding of INACHs work, vision, mission and goal.
The International Network Against Cyber Hate unites organizations around the world. INACH was founded on October 4, 2002 by Jugendschutz.net and Magenta Foundation, Complaints Bureau for Discrimination on the Internet. Incorporating different cultural backgrounds and speaking many languages, INACH has a diverse perspective, allowing the network to counter and address all forms of online discrimination. INACH adds value to the Internet and brings the online in line with Human Rights.
INACH defines its mission: Unite and empower international, national and local organizations as well as individuals who are active in the implementation of human rights on the internet. To promote online respect, responsibility and citizenship through countering cyber hate, extremism and violence incitement and by raising awareness about online discrimination. To actively reinforce humanrights and mutual respect for the rights and reputations of all internet users, securing a safe internet.
INACH and its members produce many publications; INACH’s new booklet about online hate is now online available. This booklet will enable readers to have a better understanding of INACHs work, vision, mission and goal.