Events

20 Mar 2017

Six week Facing Facts Online Course

Register now: Online Course on Monitoring Hate Crime You will learn about hate crime and its impact on victims and communities, how to recognise and record hate crimes and how to use your data to advocate for improved responses. The variety of our learning methods and its highly interactive components make this course unique. You will be accompanied by…

27 Mar 2017

Dealing with Hate Crime – Training Opportunity

NHSGGC is offering ‘An Introduction to Hate Crime’ – a short session looking at what Hate Crime is and why it’s so relevant to the work of NHSGGC and our partners in health and social care. The session will take place from 1pm-4pm Seminar Room 1, New Labs Building, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. More information…

28 Mar 2017

Blowing the Whistle on Street Harassment of Women

In July last year, Nottingham became the first city in the UK to expand definitions of hate crime to include misogyny. Over six months later on the 28th of March, join the Rights and Justice RPA, the Centre for Research in Race and Rights and Journey to Justice Nottingham for a conversation around the nature…

30 Mar 2017

Challenging Racism & Hate Crime

Show Racism the Red Card is a leading anti-racism educational charity with extensive experience of delivering equality training. This FREE event is aimed at individuals, organisations, volunteers and networks working in Voluntary and Community sector, including Local Authorities within the Sunderland, Gateshead, Newcastle, Northumberland, South Tyneside, North Tyneside area. Racism and hate crime are sadly…

30 Mar 2017

LGBT Health Certificate: LGBT Communities and Social Violence

While the total number of hate crime incidents nationwide have decreased by approximately 30% since 1996 (Business Insider, 2012), hate crimes against the LGBT population have seen a rise in recent years. This session will focus on the violence exhibited against LGBT communities and the social awareness necessary to address it in our communities. Register…

30 Mar 2017

Islamophobia, Hate Crimes, and the Racialization of Religious Identity

The Annual Sigal Lecture will be given this year by Dr. Simran Jeet Singh, professor of religion at Trinity University and Senior Religion Fellow with the Sikh Coalition. Dr. Singh is a renowned interfaith scholar-activist, and will speak on Islamophobia, hate crimes, and the racialization of religion identity in America. Read an article by Simran…

01 Apr 2017

Islamophobia & Introduction to Islam

In light of the current climate pertaining to Islam and Muslims, suspicion of all Muslim people and disrespect of Mosques and the sacred scripture of Qur’an has grown exponentially in the U.S. Hate crimes are at a new high. You are invited to become a peacemaker by attending this three-hour course to learn more about…

03 Apr 2017

Media Literacy Training 1

Three international media literacy workshops will take place in 2017 (in Austria, Poland and Germany), organised by CMFE and COMMIT. The workshops will target community media practitioners, journalists, journalism schools and trainers, media regulatory bodies/authorities, press councils, civil society organisations (in particular migrants’/women’s organisations). The first workshop will take place in Vienna on April 3. – 4. 2017 and…

03 Apr 2017

Coping with hate speech, fake news and online violent extremism

A global onslaught on existing speech norms and institutions: Coping with hate speech, fake news and online violent extremism. A one-day conference at the PCMLP, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Price Moot Court. Conference sessions include: Session 1: National and international legal standards, technology and social contexts Session 2: Of curating, regulation and…

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