In it’s third year, National Hate Crime Awareness Week encourages people and organisations to come together to remember those who have been affected by all forms of hate crime to do something in our communities to tackle this issue.
In Lambeth, the week launched with a fundraiser for 17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign at the Two Brewers in Clapham, and throughout the week, we are supporting many groups who may experience hate crime, with the hope of making it history.
Lambeth – Discussion about Disability Hate Crime, Wednesday 15 October, We Are 336, Brixton Road, 10am-12pm,
Working together with a number of disability organisations and Victim Support Lambeth we will be discussing ways to tackle disability hate crime in the borough. Email Mark Healey, Lambeth Hate Crime Co-ordinator, for more details at email@example.com
International Spirit Day, Thursday 16 October
Launched in 2009 following a series of young LGBT people who committed suicide. To raise awareness of the day, you can wear purple to show support to young LGBT people.
Lambeth Hate Crime stall
Our Lambeth Hate Crime stall will be out and about at Streatham Library (Wednesday 15 Oct) and Brixton Library (Friday 17 Oct). You will be able to get information and speak to Mark about what we are doing in Lambeth to combat all strands of hate crime.
To report a hate crime, visit www.lambeth.gov.uk/hatecrime or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember, in an emergency always call the police on 999.
For more information about hate crime in Lambeth follow @lambethhcc on Twitter and lambethhcc.wordpress.com