Hate speech is often used as a tool to target different vulnerable groups, especially minorities, immigrants and refugees. It causes their alienation and exclusion which leads to marginalisation. Such narratives weaken democracy and strengthen the positions of far right and radical right populists and Eurosceptics. This report aims to analyse the hate speech phenomenon in Croatia and looks at the links between Euroscepticism and hate speech. The authors map the levels of intolerance and hate speech among the general population and young people in particular. The report analyses the policies and law that address hate speech, outlines trends, targets, and the actors of hate speech. The report also maps the presence of Euroscepticism and outlines parallels between Eurosceptic discourse and incitement to hatred. It also maps different initiatives which can be seen as constructive practice in the fight against hate speech and different forms of intolerance. Finally, the report lists conclusions and recommendations on measures for combating hate speech in Croatia.