Housing Providers

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Hate Crime Awareness Training for Housing Providers

Housing

HCATT – Hate Crime Awareness Training for Housing Providers – Full Day

Description

Hate Crime continues to be widely misunderstood despite it being one of the most prevalent forms of Crime in the UK. Housing Providers will have to deal with the manifestation of Hate daily and will frequently come across it in the context of Anti-social behaviour.

However, Hate Crime can have a completely different impact on individual and communities as it challenges who we are and our own individual identity.  The tools and approaches we need to tackle Hate will therefore be different.

Housing Providers can play a key role in preventing hateful behaviour of all kinds through a zero-tolerance approach to Hate and discrimination. This course explains how to recognise what Hate Crime and discrimination is, how it differs from anti-social behaviour, and ways it can have a big impact on a person’s life.

This full day session examines in considerable depth the issues around hateful behaviour and introduce participants to ways in which it can be challenged and resolved.  Examples of where it has gone wrong in a housing context will be examined

Objectives

  • To clearly explain how Hate Crime is defined
  • To explain impact of Hate Crime
  • To give delegates more tools to create safety for their tenants and residents
  • To give delegates more confidence to tackle issues early to prevent escalation
  • To enable delegates to understand the communications and policy needs to support this approach

Learners will

  • Gain an understanding of what Hate Crime is, its impact and its affects
  • Increase their confidence in recognising and responding to hateful behaviour
  • Understand the consequences of not dealing with incidents appropriately
  • Acquire prevention and intervention strategies to challenge Hateful behaviour and create support systems for their tenants and residents
  • Understand how their policies and procedures can support them and their clients to avoid bad outcomes

Course audience

Housing Provider staff and management

Duration

6 hours with breaks

Method of Delivery

This can be delivered both online and face-face. This course is developed and presented by our team members who are experienced in the fields of Hate Crime and housing

The session includes small-group discussion, presentation of statistics and research relating to Hate Crime, and scenario-based learning as well as an opportunity to ask questions for follow-up either within the session or afterwards.

Please contact info@stophateuk.org for further enquiries.

HCATT – Hate Crime Awareness Training for Housing Providers – 2.5 hours session

Description

Hate Crime continues to be widely misunderstood despite it being one of the most prevalent forms of Crime in the UK. Housing Providers will have to deal with the manifestation of Hate daily and will frequently come across it in the context of Anti-social behaviour.

However, Hate Crime can have a completely different impact on individuals and communities as it challenges who we are and our own individual identity.  The tools and approaches we need to tackle Hate will therefore be different.

Housing Providers can play a key role in preventing hateful behaviour of all kinds through a zero-tolerance approach to Hate and discrimination. This course explains how to recognise what Hate Crime and discrimination are, how it differs from anti-social behaviour, and ways they can have a big impact on a person’s life.

This session will examine the issues around hateful behaviour and introduce participants to some of the ways in which it can be challenged and resolved.

Objectives

  • To clearly explain how Hate Crime is defined
  • To create an understanding of the impact of Hate Crime
  • To give delegates more tools to create safety for their tenants and residents

Learners will

  • Gain an understanding of what Hate Crime is, its impact and its effects
  • Increase their confidence in recognising and responding to hateful behaviour
  • Understand the consequences of not dealing with incidents appropriately
  • Acquire prevention and intervention strategies to challenge Hateful behaviour and create support systems for their tenants and residents
  • Understand how their policies and procedures can support them and their clients to avoid bad outcomes

Course audience

Housing Provider staff and management

Duration

2.5 hours

Method of Delivery

This can be delivered both online and face-face. This course is developed and presented by our team members who are experienced in the fields of Hate Crime and housing

The session includes small-group discussion, presentation of statistics and research relating to Hate Crime, and scenario-based learning as well as an opportunity to ask questions for follow-up either within the session or afterwards.

Please contact info@stophateuk.org for further enquiries.

Understanding systemic and structural discrimination

Description

Recent national and global events, including the murder of George Floyd, the Windrush scandal, and the legacy and challenge of slavery, have led to many debates in a variety of settings. The growth of social movements, for example, Black Lives Matter and #Metoo have in recent times raised the issue of how systemic and structural discrimination operates, reproduces itself and becomes normalised in the everyday. This interactive session will enable participants to consider these issues and work a way through to how they could uproot deeply ingrained discrimination from institutions. 

We will cover the following with you:

  • Understanding the concepts of systemic and structural discrimination.
  • How is systemic and structural discrimination experienced and impact the lives of communities and different groups.
  • Developing responses to challenge systemic and structural discrimination.
  • Your role and responsibility as an individual and institution.
  • The role of Stop Hate UK.

At the end of the session, you will have:

  • A deeper understanding of systemic and structural discrimination.
  • Awareness of the everyday and long-term effects of systemic and structural discrimination.
  • How to respond and support marginalised individuals and groups within and outside the workplace.

Course audience

This is open to all who are interested in gaining a working knowledge of systemic and structural discrimination in the UK

Duration

2.5 hours

Method of Delivery

This session can be delivered both online and face-face by our team of expert trainers. We use a variety of methods including small-group discussions and question and answers sessions, presentation of data, research and resources to support your work, and both scenario-based ad reflective learning.

Please contact info@stophateuk.org for further enquiries.