Events

20 Aug 2017

Bystander Intervention Training

Join the CAIR-SFBA and the MCC East Bay for a bystander intervention training. Many Muslims and allies have been asking about the role bystanders can play in protecting targets of hate crimes since the election. The recent tragedy in Portland, where two heroes were killed while protecting two women who were being attacked, has really…

22 Aug 2017

Bystander Intervention Training 101 – Bay Ridge

Bystander intervention involves a series of tools that can be consciously employed to defuse volatile situations. In this interactive workshop, bystander intervention and de-escalation will be presented in the context of harm reduction and self-defense. Participants will identify verbal and non-verbal techniques and tactics to de-escalate conflict. Participants will also learn the four Ds of…

21 Sep 2017

UN Peace Day / Tower Hamlets Community Safety Day

Real are planning to host an event to mark UN Peace Day on the 21st September to promote Community Safety looking at a range of issues from Domestic Violence, Hate Crime and Personal Safety, whilst considering how communities across Tower Hamlets can work together to create a greater sense of peace within the borough. Time…

30 Sep 2017

Women Against Racism

Incidents of racist hate crime are on the increase since the Brexit vote. Police services across the UK have reported a huge rise in racist attacks, including Notts police which has seen an increase of 75%. This event hosts a panel of women who are challenging racism in their personal and public lives. This event…

05 Oct 2017

Autistic Spectrum Conference Staffordshire

The conference is hosted by Keele University Psychology Department and Lifeworks Staffordshire, a charity for people aged 14+ with or without a diagnosis of an autistic spectrum condition. This conference is for academics, professionals, students, carers and clients on the autistic spectrum. The conference will discuss new areas of development including a qualification for teaching…

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…

12 Oct 2017

Intimate Conviction – An international conference examining the church and anti-sodomy laws across the Commonwealth

This year marks the 50th anniversary of partial decriminalization of sodomy in the UK.  Although this law, which was exported across the British empire as part of the colonizing project, initially reflected Church of England teaching, the Church also played a role in decriminalization.  For example, in the 1950’s a Church committee first recommended decriminalization…

12 Oct 2017

Real Action Against Disability Hate Crime #NHCAW

Real in partnership with HEAR Charities Aganist Hate Crime are planning to host a pan-London Disability Hate Crime Awareness event at Jack Dash House. The event is aimed at bringing organisations that are tackling Disability Hate Crime together – to ask the question – what are we going to do about Disability Hate Crime after…

15 Oct 2017

Save the date: National Act of Hope and Remembrance #NHCAW

Save the date | Sunday 15th October NATIONAL SERVICE OF HOPE AND REMEMBRANCE FOR THOSE AFFECTED BY HATE CRIME A special service to bring communities affected by hate crime together during National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NHCAW 2017. The week takes place between the 14th October to 21st October 2017. More details will be added…

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