Events

25 Apr 2018

Keep B&D Hate Free – Champion Training

You’re invited to a free training on Hate Crime led by Barking and Dagenham Council for Voluntary Services, Citizens Advice Barking and Dagenham, Victim Support, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham and Stop Hate UK. They are keen to train volunteers from within a range of organisations of faith and other civil society groups to become Hate…

25 Apr 2018

Policing Football: Stamping out Hate Crime and Improving Supporter Safety

Despite the benefits to communities that football brings, crime and safety remains a challenge to clubs and the police. Hate crime must continue to be tackled and perpetrators punished. As well as this, partners must work together to control crowds effectively and ensure supporter and public safety. Join Westminster Briefing in Central London to explore…

26 Apr 2018

Beds Talks – A word in your ear: Tackling hate speech and its consequences

Led by media Professors Noha Mellor and Jon Silverman, this half-day event involving local and regional participants, will examine how language, especially on social media, is being used to vilify individuals and divide communities. As part of its engagement with the local and regional community, the University of Bedfordshire is bringing together both academic experts…

26 Apr 2018

Bystander Intervention Training

Bystander Intervention involves witnessing and peacefully interrupting situations in which there are negative events unfolding for an at-risk person or population. They are hoping to train members of the community and their partner faith communities to learn how to act in situations of Islamophobia, anti-Immigrant actions or hate crimes, and increasingly importantly, to support immigrants…

14 Jun 2018

Taking Action against Hate Crime: Preventing Hate Crime, Prosecuting Perpetrators and Supporting Victims

Despite positive steps, significant progress is still required to prevent and respond to hate crime and improve support for victims. Hate crime victims are more likely to suffer repeat victimisation and, consequently, serious psychological impacts (Home Office, Action Against Hate, 2016). According to the CPS Victim and Witness Satisfaction Survey (2015) victims of hate crime…

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