Launched on 25 March 2013, Hatebase is the world’s largest online repository of structured multilingual, usage-based hate speech. It is an attempt to create a repository of words and phrases that researchers can use to detect the early stages of genocide and remains in active development. Hatebase offers two main features: a Wikipedia-like interface which allows users to classify and record location-specific “sightings”, and an authenticating API that allows developers to mesh Hatebase data with other tools for genocide prevention.
- The Global Rohingya Diaspora – Lifelines to Bangladesh and Myanmar
- From Raw Data to Actionable Intelligence: Leveraging Hatebase for Data-Driven Decision Making
- Hagiga Wahid – Stopping harmful misinformation in Uganda and South Sudan
- Pilotfish with eggplant: understanding how Hatebase detects hate speech in (near) real-time
- Getting started with the Hatebase API v4.0