Stop Hate UK celebrates launch of Helpline services in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough

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Stop Hate UK will deliver it’s 24 hour Hate Crime Report and Support Helpline in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

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Congratulations to the winners of the Merton Hate Crime Poster Competition 2022!

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Stop Hate UK and Safer Merton is pleased to announce the winning entries of it’s poster design competition on the 3rd of December, which marks a whole year since the launch of the 24/7 Stop Hate UK telephone helpline in Merton was launched. The Stop Hate Line is available for anyone who is directly affected by or… Read more Congratulations to the winners of the Merton Hate Crime Poster Competition 2022!

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Chris Kaba: What Happened and What Next?

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Chris Kaba was a 24 year old rapper from south London, who was killed on Sept. 5, after being shot by a police officer. In the wake of Chris Kaba’s death and scrutiny over the Met Police’s disproportionate use of force against Black and Brown people

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How Racism Affects Health and Wellbeing

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Black people still face significant disparities in housing, education, work, and healthcare. These inequalities can have a real impact on people’s quality of life and their health.

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The Benefits of Hate Crime Training

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Stop Hate UK welcomes the publication of the latest Police Hate Crime data. The data, detailing the number of Hate Crimes recorded by all police forces in England and Wales, precedes National Hate Crime Awareness week (8th – 16th October 2022).

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Response to the Home Office Hate Crime Data 2021/2022

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Stop Hate UK welcomes the publication of the latest Police Hate Crime data. The data, detailing the number of Hate Crimes recorded by all police forces in England and Wales, precedes National Hate Crime Awareness week (8th – 16th October 2022).

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Slipping Under the Radar – Part 2

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Autism is something that most people don’t want to talk about because of the misconceptions and fear of offending, but that’s why education is so important.

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Slipping Under the Rader – Part 1

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Getting a diagnosis of autism is difficult for anyone, but when you’re a bright teenage girl who has been masking your whole life, it’s almost impossible.

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

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The delivery of the work in schools has been made possible following a donation from Raymond James who are partnering with Stop Hate UK to provide educational training, workshops, resources, and activities, all aimed at educating young people and adults about the causes and the consequences of hateful behaviour and how to respond to it.

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