Spread Love Not Hate

❤️ Spread Love, Not Hate. ❤️

I write the first blog of 2018 looking forward to another successful year for Stop Hate UK, packed full of events, initiatives and our continued work to challenge all forms of Hate Crime.

Spread Love Not Hate

It’s only the middle of February and we’ve already seen 2 successful ‘Hate Crime Awareness Weeks’ in Merseyside and Greater Manchester, where Stop Hate UK played a key role in supporting the many things happening in both areas and there’s so much more to come in 2018!

These weeks also coincided with the launch of our new ‘Spread Love, Not Hate’ campaign.

Our new campaign has been launched in response to the many tragic events, that we witnessed in 2017, but also to remind ourselves of our very own vision statement;

“We dream of a society which is free from hate, harassment and discrimination, where all people are valued for their unique identity.”

When I reference our vision statement, I am also reminded of the great quote from the American poet and civil rights activist, Mary Angelou, that;

“Hate, it has caused a lot of problems in the world, but has not solved one yet.”

So, we think our new campaign to ‘Spread Love, Not Hate’ really resonates with our core values and vision, but also uses language that people can really relate to and get behind.

As part of the campaign, we’ve launched a range of new merchandise, available to buy to show your support and, of course, spread the love! Just visit our online shop to take a look at the new items, together with our existing range of Stop Hate UK products.

We’re really looking forward to 2018 and building on our successes in 2017 and we hope you’ll join us in spreading the love.

Rose Simkins

Chief Executive, Stop Hate UK

International Women’s Day – Rose Simkins

On International Women’s Day, we thought we’d take a look at our very own Chief Executive’s career, as she also celebrates over 10 years service with Stop Hate UK.

It was clear from an early age that Rose’s career path would take her down the charity route, as she completed her first fund raising event at the tender age of just 11!

However, these were different times and it was not the ‘norm’ for a young woman to pursue a university education, with a clear passion to make a difference to those in need – thankfully times have changed – and Rose was not to be deterred from her aspirations.

During her years with Stop Hate UK, Rose has been at the helm as the charity has gone through many changes, leading Stop Hate UK to be the now nationally recognised voice on all forms of Hate Crime.

Rose is passionate about what she does and what she stands for, making her a very valuable asset to the work of Stop Hate UK.

So we’d like to highlight Rose’s achievements on International Women’s Day, as Stop Hate UK continues to provide help, support, assistance and guidance to all those directly or indirectly affected by incidences of Hate Crime.

You can find out more about Rose by clicking on the links below:



Well done Rose – a true inspiration on International Women’s Day!