Come along to this public session in Fife and be part of the discussion on how best to legislate against hate crime in a positive and inclusive environment.
Abenaa Owusu-Bempah (LSE) and Susann Wiedlitzka (University of Sussex)
Awareness session on organisations and community groups on equality, diversity and hate crime, and People’s Rights and Equality Groups.
The King’s Migration Research Group invites you to join their 1st Annual Conference on migration policy entitled “The Future of Migration in the Era of Brexit”, a day-long event hosted at Strand Campus, King’s College London.
CALL FOR PAPERS: Deadline 1 February 2019. The Law Commission begins its review of hate crime legislation in England and Wales in 2019 and will be holding this academic conference at the outset of the project in order to harness the expertise of academics at the earliest opportunity. The event will be held from 10.00am…
This is the third of three events exploring the politics of free speech, focusing on hate speech and how it impacts free speech.
Sara Lipton public lecture: “How Images Can Make Us Hate: Lessons from Medieval Anti-Semitic Art”: London, UK
Distinguished Visiting Fellow Sara Lipton delivers a public lecture on ‘How Images Can Make Us Hate: Lessons from Medieval Anti-Semitic Art’ at the School of History, Queen Mary, University of London Find out more here
Join us at the Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre in London to mark the launch of our new book Online Misogyny as a Hate Crime: A Challenge for Legal Regulation. The book assesses the current state of the law in this area and calls for reform of the law to ensure equality of participation online….
A participatory conference for staff and students that builds on the work of Universities UK’s 2016 ‘Changing the Culture’ report and taskforce to address sexual misconduct, violence, harassment and hate crime against students.
Community Justice Scotland, in partnership with Social Work Scotland, are delighted to bring one of three events on restorative justice planned for March 2019, to Aberdeen.