Hate Crime Training for Faith Groups

Wednesday 11 March 2015, 10:00 – 15:00, London

Buy tickets and find more information here. This event is also being run regionally in Manchester (25 February), Birmingham (5 March), Nottingham (19 March), Glasgow (25 March)


Faith and Hate Crime

•   Over the last year, reported hate crimes have increased by 5% and faith related hate crimes by over  45%

•    Faith motivated hate crime has a serious detrimental effect on individuals, their friends and family as well as the wider community

•    Faith groups are ideally placed to raise awareness of what hate crime is and how to report it, as well as provide support for victims


Hate Crime Training for Faith Groups


This training is for faith organisations, those working with faith communities (including voluntary organisations  and statutory agencies) who want to know more about hate crime and how they can work to tackle it

The training will cover:

•   What hate crimes are and how they affect individuals and communities

•   The main obstacles to reporting faith motivated hate crime

•   How hate crime can be reported and the support available

•   Case studies of faith groups in action against hate crime

•   Exploring the role of faith communities and organisations  in tackling hate crime


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