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National Hate Crime Awareness Week
October 9 - October 16
Help us raise hate crime awareness in our District by getting involved in the National Hate Crime Awareness Week and making a positive change.
Get involved including by:
Organising events or activities
Reporting hate crime
Making a pledge
Supporting the Awareness Week on social media and using #BradfordNoPlaceForHate
Come and celebrate NATIONAL HATE CRIME AWARENESS WEEK.
The below events are on throughout the week and you can access them at any time:
Monday, 11th October
The event will bring together key partnership organisations, groups identified as one of the 5 ‘Protected characteristic’ groups, community and faith representatives.
Tuesday, 12th October
Hate Crime Awareness Week is week of actions to encourage local authorities, key partners and communities affected by hate crime to work together to tackle local hate crime.
Wednesday, 13th October
The Equity Centre is a Hate Crime Reporting Centre, however this event provides people with a chance to meet others over a hot drink and some cake/biscuits.
Several of the Districts main organisations working in the hate crime space such as Bradford Council, Bradford Hate Crime Alliance, WY Police and Victims Support will be there to explain their roles, explain what is hate crime, where and how it can be reported and Q&A session
Thursday, 14th October
The Panellists will explain what type of hate crime-related work they are undertaking and will answer questions from the online audience.
Several of the Districts main organisations working in the hate crime space such as Bradford Council, Bradford Hate Crime Alliance, WY Police and Victims Support will be there to explain their roles, explain what is hate crime, where and how it can be reported and Q&A session.
Friday, 15th October
A chance to learn more about the Bradford For Everyone campaign to reduce rumours and increase critical thinking with the aim to reduce hate crime overall. Find out more about our online resources and forthcoming pledge.
Saturday, 16th October
BCFC have invited 30 members from the ‘emerging communities’ to attend the match, take the Root Out Racism banner onto the pitch before the game, players will be supporting the hate crime awareness week in the days leading up to the game.