The Leicester Hate Crime Project Conference

5th September 2014,


For the past two years the Leicester Hate Crime Project has been conducting groundbreaking research into the nature and impact of hate crime. The study – the largest ever examination of hate crime victimisation – has uncovered new and significant insights into victims’ experiences of hate and prejudice. It also offers evidence-based recomendation to policy-makers and practitioners which outline ways to support hate crime victims more effectively.

The findings from the research will be outlined at a special one-day conference, to be held on 5th September 2014 at College Court, University of Leicester.

The conference is free to all delegates and will feature:

  • key findings and recomendations from the Leicester Hate Crime Project
  • victims describing their experiences of hate crime
  • a Hate Crime ‘Question Time’ panel featuring campaigners and senior criminal justice practitioners
  • input from leading academics and community organisations

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