08 Oct 2017

Erase Hate Through Art 2017

The Fourth Annual Erase Hate Through Art exhibition opens on Sunday October 8 with a gala event at 1:00 PM. This exhibition features the work of artists from Maryland, Virginia, DC, Florida, New York and Indiana. The works features images that raise awareness of hate crimes and bullying. The October 8 gala will feature live…

19 Oct 2017

4th International Conference on Hate Studies – Engaging with Communities for Justice

The “4th International Conference on Hate Studies – Engaging with Communities for Justice” will take place from October 19th – 21st, 2017 at the Gonzaga University Institute for Hate Studies in Spokane, WA, USA. This conference is one of the leading interdisciplinary academic forums on hate, related social problems, and ways to create socially just…

20 Oct 2017

Hate Crime Awareness Week

This event will culminate a series of events being delivered in Ealing Borough throughout Hate Crime Awareness Week. Registration will begin at 9.30am with welcome talks beginning at 10am. The day with include a series of speakers raising awareness of hate crime in line with our three aims: Build Confidence within our communities To encourage…

20 Oct 2017

Stopping Disability Hate Crime Starts Here!

Inclusion Barnet and the Barnet Safer Transport Police Team would like to invite you along to our People’s Choice Hate Crime and Public Transport Training Session. They are running two sessions on the 17th October about how to stay safe on London buses and Trains. Find more information here.

20 Oct 2017

Don’t be blind to hate crime

As part of the National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2017 which takes place from 14th to 21st October, Sight Service would like to invite you to attend our event: “Don’t be Blind to Hate Crime” Date: Friday 20th October Time: 10.30am Venue: Sight Service, The Bradbury Centre for Sight, Unit 2B Stonehills Business Centre, Pelaw,…

21 Oct 2017

Weaving Trust Against Hate

Weaving Trust is a well tried mechanism for holding one to one discussions between people who would not otherwise meet, with the intention of engendering trust by letting strangeness fall away. This event will have a slightly different emphasis because it is being done in partnership with Citizens:mk’s fight against hate campaign led by Fidele…

23 Oct 2017

Path to Understanding: A Collective Response to Islamophobia

This past year has been a heart-wrenching time for many. Much of the Western world has seen an increase in hate crimes towards visible minorities and certain faith communities, accompanied by the introduction of policies that institutionalize these ideas. Divisive ideas fueling racism and discrimination are often rooted in fear or a lack of understanding…

24 Oct 2017

Unpacking Hate Crime: Hate, Bias, and Community Expectations Workshop

This workshop will focus on the distinction between hate crimes and hate incidents in Canada. While both hate crimes and incidents impact the community, police services are limited in their involvement with hate incidents (due to their non-criminal nature). This often creates confusion, mistrust, and feelings of resentment between communities impacted by hate and the…

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