Hate Crimes and Trauma

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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.

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Help with Tackling Alternative Sub-culture Hate Crimes

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The Sophie Lancaster Foundation is asking anyone aged 16 or over to share their experiences “in regard to any abuse, harassment or violence you have experienced – particularly if you belong to an alternative sub-culture and you know that was why you were targeted or feel that was the case.

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Game Over for Discrimination in Women’s Football

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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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Earthy Nail Polish Partners with Stop Hate UK

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Stop Hate UK Partners with Earthy Nail Polish to Fund Our Stop Hate Line. Thank You For Giving 26 Hours of Helpline Support to People Affected by Hate Crime Your purchases are fighting hate crime, one phone call at a time. World events and news have dominated our lives over the last two years, and… Read more Earthy Nail Polish Partners with Stop Hate UK

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Protected: Raymond James funds Stop Hate UK’s educational training against hate across schools in the UK

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Celebrating LGBTQI+ Figures in History

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For Pride Month 2022, we wanted to highlight 3 figures in LGBTQI+ history to celebrate how far the community has come.

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Stop Hate UK thanks students at Chatham & Clarendon Grammar School for their kind donation

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Students at Ramsgate’s Chatham & Clarendon Grammar School have donated £1004 to Stop Hate UK.

Stop Hate UK was chosen by the students of the Rothschild-Pearce house to be the charity of choice for this academic year after receiving the most student votes in a poll of four charities.

The donation was presented to our ambassador, Libertines band member Gary Powell  during a school assembly.

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Why Pride Still Matters

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Visibility does not mean equality. Diversity does not mean representation.

While there are more LGBTQI+ public figures and more LGBTQI+ stories than ever on our screens, phones, and news feeds, we are also seeing rising numbers in hate crimes against the LGBTQI+ community. 

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