Online Conference: Stephen Lawrence Day 2021

Thursday 22 April 2021, 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm GMT, online (UK)


To commemorate Stephen Lawrence Day 2021, Kingston Race Equality Council and The National Police Chiefs’ Council host an event to examine the impact that his tragic racist murder, and the Inquiry that followed, had on UK society.

Speakers will consider Stephen’s legacy in terms of the relationship between minority communities and the criminal justice agencies and how well the state now protects communities from racism and other hate crime.

Chair: Dr Nathan Hall – University of Surrey

Keynote Address by Dr Neville Lawrence OBE

Other Speakers include;

  • Baroness Williams of Trafford – Lords Minister
  • Martin Hewitt QPM – Chair of the National Police Chiefs’ Council
  • Max Hill QC – Director of Public Prosecutions (or representative)
  • Helen Ball QPM -Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service
  • Professor John Grieve CBE QPM – Former Deputy Assistant Commissioner, MPS
  • Dr Halima Begum – Director Runneymede Trust
  • Paul Giannasi – Hate Crime Advisor to NPCC

Who Should Attend?

  • Police
  • Criminal Justice Professional
  • Academics and Students
  • Civil Society


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