Hate crime numbers see an increase every year. While this is indicative of how rampant such criminal offenses are, it also points to an improvement in crime reporting and recording and awareness of what constitutes a hate crime. However, the number crunching and statistics at times mask the unquantifiable trauma and mental health distress caused to the victims of hate crimes.
As the curtains were raised on the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 on July 6, social media were flooded with pictures of a packed stadium at Old Trafford with ecstatic fans rooting for the home team. Lionesses, as they are called, went on to beat Austria 1-0 in front of a crowd of 68,871, a record for the UEFA Women’s Euro.
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