What is hate crime? Why does it matter? What is Nottingham doing to tackle it and how can you play a role?
Join One Nottingham, Nottingham Citizens and Nottingham City Council at the Royal Concert Hall, to find out the concrete ways you, your organisation and your community can challenge prejudice and hate crime.
Nottingham is home to some innovative and groundbreaking projects on tackling hate and prejudice – from recognising misogyny as hate crime to training on bystander intervention. and so much more. Learn more about some of these projects and discuss what would work best for your organisation, group, business, school or neighbourhood.
Join us in saying there is #NoPlaceForHate in Nottingham.
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This event is taking place as part of National Hate Crime Awareness Week (HCAW)
National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2018 runs from 13 October to 20 October to raise awareness of the impact of hate and prejudice on individuals and communities, and to bring people together in standing against hate of all kinds.
This year for Hate Crime Awareness Week, join in saying ‘Nottingham is No Place For Hate’. Nottingham is a great place to live with vibrant, diverse communities. We are proud of this diversity and of the spirit of our communities and citizens – we believe that we have more in common than divides us. As well as the summit, there are various ways you can get involved in standing against prejudice and hate:
- Social Media: Support the social media campaign before and throughout the week – take a picture of yourself, your family, your organisation, your friends with a message against hate and share on social media using #NoPlaceForHate and #NottinghamTogether.
- Neighbourhood based activities: There is a lot happening across Nottingham for HCAW.
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