Webinar – Disability Hate Crime – The Everyday Experience of Disabled People

Thursday 10 February 2022, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm GMT, online (Salford, UK)


Hate is a common factor in disabled peoples lives but is under reported. This online session will explore this and the support available.

We are very excited to welcome Dr Leah Burch, lecturer in Social Science at Liverpool Hope University and Rachel Flint, specialists in disability hate crime. The session will include:

  • Research
  • Under reporting
  • Mate crime / exploitation
  • Support / resource toolkit
  • Interventions in schools
  • Lived experiences
  • Victim services offer
  • Upstanding / advocacy / safe spaces

The session will have opportunities for discussion and questions on the topics covered above at the end of the session.

This session contains sensitive content and real experiences that could be disturbing.


Find out more information and book your free place here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/disabilty-hate-crime-the-everyday-experience-of-disabled-people-tickets-242705999177

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