Author Archives: mhealey

About mhealey

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

Illustrating Gender Project – new resource!

Gerald Coll-Plans http://www.gcollplanas.com has asked us to share the Illustrating Gender Project that has been launched at http://www.dibgen.com/index-en.html. It consists of an illustrated book (that can be downloaded for free), four animated video clips (dealing with the difference between sex … Continue reading

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Mayor of London formal consultation Policing and Crime Plan – needs to renew MOPAC Hate Crime Reduction Strategy

The Mayor is currently conducting a 12 week consultation on their draft Policing and Crime Plan, starting on 1st December and ending on the 2nd March 2017. The final plan will be published the end of March 2017. Of particular … Continue reading

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Disability Hate Crime Partnership Lambeth host 3rd #NHCAW event to discuss Disability Hate Crime

This event is for anyone who wants to help end Hate Crime against Disabled People in Lambeth and find out more about support services. The event is being held on Wednesday 12th October 2016, registration from 10 am for a … Continue reading

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Lambeth Inter Faith Walk 2016

Faiths Together in Lambeth have sent us an invitation to join their annual Lambeth Inter Faith Walk on Saturday 17th September 2016. Revd David Musgrave has organised the route of the walk; 1. 12 noon South London (Orthodox) Synagogue (45 Leigham … Continue reading

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Dr Brown Research – Disability Hate Crime

We have a request from Dr Alexander Brown re Hate Crime; Dr Brown says :- I am an academic at the University of East Anglia (UEA) and I have a specialism in hate speech law. I am particularly interested in … Continue reading

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EHRC report on the ‘Causes and motivations of hate crime’

Causes and motivations of hate crime by Mark A. Walters and Rupert Brown with Susann Wiedlitzka, University of Sussex, was published by the Equality and Human Rights Commission on 29 July 2016. The report looks at the causes and motivations of hate … Continue reading

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Inquiry into hate crime and its violent consequences

The Home Affairs Select Committee launched an inquiry into hate crime and its violent consequences in July 2016. Written evidence is invited on, but need not be restricted to, the following issues: The effectiveness of current legislation and law enforcement … Continue reading

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