HEAR – Charities Challenging Hate Crime

Thursday 28th April 2016

1.30 -5.30pm

Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London, N7 6PA.

HEAR is London’s network of equality and human rights organisations and community groups. We have over 600 members that work to end discrimination across all equality streams. Trust for London has commissioned us to support our members to campaign and lobby on issues that are important to them, particularly issues that are pan-equality and intersectional.

One of the issues that our members want to work together on is Hate Crime.

HEAR will be hosting quarterly third sector meetings on Hate Crime.

These meetings will be a safe space for charities to discuss challenges and opportunities, share case studies and successful projects as well as network across equality streams.

Our inaugural meeting is being hosted in partnership with ROTA, Race on the Agenda.

The focus will be on online Hate Crime and social media and will include a presentation from Poornima Karunacadacharan from ROTA.

HEAR is also holding a major Hate Crime event on 7th June 2016. For details see http://www.hearequality.org.uk .

For more information or to book your place please contact our Policy and Campaigns Officer, Mhairi, on campaigns@reap.org.uk or call 07756 939 187. Please tell us your name, organisation and any dietary and access requirements.

If you need this information in another format please get in touch or see http://www.hearequality.org.uk Hear ROTA & Charities Trust Logos

Download copy of Charities Challenging Hate Crime pdf

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About mhealey

Founder of 17-24-30 No to Hate Crime Campaign
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