Next National Hate Crime Awareness Week is 9th-16th October 2021.
See below for information relating to the 2021 National Hate Crime Awareness Week and ways that you can get involved.
National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2021 will take place from 9th – 16th October 2021. So we need you all to start thinking about what you will do to support the week this year!
As always Stop Hate UK are continuing to spread the message of:
#SpreadLoveNotHate, you can read our blog from as to why we feel this is an important vision for us all to share.
We will continue to share this message throughout National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020, so please help us by including the hashtag #SpreadLoveNotHate in your National Hate Crime Awareness Week Social Media posts.
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LET US KNOW ABOUT YOUR NATIONAL HATE CRIME AWARENESS WEEK EVENTS
If you are hosting a National Hate Crime Awareness Week Event, be sure to let us know so that we can help you publicise it through our Social Media channels. Simply email details to: firstname.lastname@example.org
GET INVOLVED ON SOCIAL MEDIA
Download and print our ” I’m supporting National Hate Crime Awareness Week because_” pledge
Fill in why you are supporting National Hate Crime Awareness Week and take a photo to share on Social Media. Don’t forget to tag us in on Facebook stop.hate.uk, Twitter @stophateuk and Instagram @stop_hate_uk and include any of the following Hashtags: #NHCAW #spreadlovenothate #WeStandTogether #NoPlaceForHate #SafePlaceForAll.
Let’s reach as many people as possible!
STOP HATE UK ‘SPREAD LOVE NOT HATE’ MERCHANDISE
We have a fantastic range of #SpreadLoveNotHate Stop Hate UK merchandise available to purchase on our website, including T-Shirts, Pens, Carrier bags and more. They are perfect for any National Hate Crime Awareness Week events you are hosting.
We understand this year may be slightly different due to the pandemic, however, there are still plenty of ways you can get involved with online events, webinars, putting up posters, supporting and sharing on social media and even starting conversations around reporting Hate Crime.
These are some of the ways people have got involved with National Hate Crime Awareness week in previous years.
- People put their Hands up for Challenging Hate – we were inundated with photos; see the Galleries page to see some of them
- Candlelit vigils were held across the country, including London, Sussex, Devon, Suffolk and Berkshire.
- There was plenty of coverage in the media and a huge campaign on Social Media!
In past years, we’ve been overwhelmed with the amount of support, and would like to thank everybody for their letters and statements, including our Patron, Baroness Lawrence, former Prime Minister David Cameron and many other senior politicians.
Our thanks also go out to all those who have been involved in, planning and attending events across the country, and for those who organised and stood vigil to remember all those affected by Hate. You can see photos of the service can be found on our Galleries page.
So, let’s get ready for National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020 and make it one of the most successful ever!
National Hate Crime Awareness Week has been a huge success in previous years!
Click here to read a letter of support for National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2016 from our Ambassador Canon Mark Oakley, Chancellor of St Paul’s Cathedral .
Click here to read a message of support for National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2016 from our Ambassador, Adrian Derbyshire.
Click here to read our latest blog, all about National Hate Crime Awareness Week and how to register an event.
For more information about National Hate Crime Awareness Week please visit: www.nationalhcaw.co.uk