Ronald Eissens (1963) is General director and co-founder (2002) of the International Network Against Cyber Hate (INACH). Working for Magenta Foundation, He has been responsible for national and international anti-racism and Human Rights projects since 1992. Together with his partner Suzette Bronkhorst, he instituted the world's first Complaints Bureau for hate on the Internet (1997), created the First Sailing Internet connection, organized food and medicine transports to the besieged city of Sarajevo, did live reporting on the antisemitism during the infamous UN World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa, web-casted the name-reading of all Dutch Jews murdered during the Holocaust (2006) and created awareness campaigns on racism, extremism, antisemitism and Holocaust denial. He has published extensively on the subject of Cyber Hate, is a regular contributor to the Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism and co-organized the first international conference on online antisemitism (Jerusalem, 2016). Since 2002, INACH has been on the forefront of countering Cyber Hate through removal, education and counter speech, often in cooperation with the Social Media platforms. Since recently, INACH is funded by the European Commission. In 2016 and 2017 INACH was central to the EC Monitoring exercises of the Social Media.