Q&A About 17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign

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Q: What does “17-24-30” stand for?

A: 17-24-30 represents the combined dates of the London nail bomb attacks on Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho which took place on the 17th, 24th and 30th April 1999.

Q: When was 17-24-30 founded?

A: A Facebook group was set up in April 2009 to mark the 10th anniversary of the London Nail Bomb attacks. We registered as a small charity with HM Revenue and Customs in August 2011 (Ref XT30898)

Q: What does 17-24-30 do?

A: Our primary aim is to organise and facilitate the April Acts of Remembrance #AAR to mark the anniversaries of the attacks on Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho, and National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NHCAW in October.

We believe that it is important to actively remember the victims of hate crime, to show our support to those who have had their lives changed forever by acts of hate. We state that hate crime is no acceptable in our communities and that we will work together to tackle this problem.

17-24-30’s secondary aim is to spread a message of H.O.P.E. across the UK and beyond to encourage local authorities (including councils and police services), key partners and communities affected by hate crime to work together.

Q. What does H.O.P.E. stand for?

A: H.O.P.E. stands for

  • Hate crime awareness,
  • Operational response to hate crime,
  • Preventing hate crime and
  • Empowering communities to report hate crime and access victim support services.

Further Links

For more information about what we do download 17-24-30 Trifold Leaflet 2018 PDF

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April Acts of Remembrance 20th Anniversary Consultation

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The 17th, 24th and 30th April 2019 marks the 20th anniversaries of the three London nail bomb attacks on Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho.

Three people lost their lives in the Admiral Duncan bombing (Andrea Dykes, John Light and Nik Moore), and approximately one hundred and thirty people were injured in Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho – some left with life-changing injuries.

For the past nine years the small anti-hate crime charity 17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign has organised and facilitated the annual April Acts of Remembrance. Two brief outreach events on the 17th April in Brixton, and the 24th April in Brick Lane, and a larger gathering on the 30th April in Soho.

We at 17-24-30 believe it is important to remember those lost, and to stand in solidarity with those who need on-going support.

We raise awareness of hate crime, encourage reporting and signpost advice and support services.

We are organising this short Google Form survey to invite those affected by these attacks to share their thoughts and experiences, to help shape what we do to mark the 20th anniversaries in 2019 and shape how we deliver the April Acts of Remembrance going forward.

Survey Link: https://goo.gl/forms/0tMqxtHq1PbjOv3a2

In this survey we ask;

About the April Acts of Remembrance

1. What is your relationship with these events?
2. Which of the three communities do you associate most with?
3. Have you attended any of the April Acts of Remembrance?
4. Should the April Acts of Remembrance continue as long as there are people who wish to gather?
5. Can you explain your answer to the previous question?
6. How do you think we should mark the 20th anniversary in April 2019?
7. Would you be interested in sharing your experiences with the media?

About the work of 17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign

8. Any feedback our anti-hate crime work?
9. Would you be interested in volunteering with us?

Contact details (optional)

10. Would you like to be on our mailing list so that we can update you about our work?

  • First name
  • Surname
  • Email address

We use MailChimp to produce our newsletter. Your contact details (if you give them to us) will be used solely for the purpose of emailing you updates about our work. We will not share your contact details with anyone else.

Survey Link: https://goo.gl/forms/0tMqxtHq1PbjOv3a2

 

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NationalHCAW Google Map 2018

Welcome to the #NationalHCAW Google Map 2018.

NationalHCAW Google Map 2018

This map covers hate crime awareness events organised between the 1st January 2018 to the 31st December 2018, with the main focus on National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NationalHCAW which takes place between the 13th to 20th October 2018.

We encourage you to register your events here.

Register Events 2018

Once received – we copy and paste the information you supply, and add a marker to the map. In some situations – it’s not appropriate to place a marker on the map – but we still want you to register events taking place – just provide the date, name of the event and the region so we can include it in the events listing below.

National Hate Crime Awareness #NationalHCAW Google Map 2018

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NationalHCAW HOPE Campaign 2018

H.O.P.E. stands for hate crime awareness, operational responses to hate crime, preventing hate crime and empowering communities to respond to and tackle hate crime.

This year we are developing a series of social media graphics to promote H.O.P.E. in the lead up to National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NHCAW that takes place between the second to third Saturday in October each year.

We welcome others to develop their own artwork to take part in this campaign.

We aim to take people on a journey – hence the three hashtags we use #WeStandTogether (Green) aiming to bring people together, #NoPlaceForHate (Red) opposing hate crime in our communities, #SafePlaceForAll (Blue) representing blue skies ahead where we can live in peace and harmony with each other.

 

We want to signpost people to our national website www.nationalhcaw.uk

And promote the National Hate Crime Awareness Week Logo.

NHCAW Logo 2017

We own the copyright to this logo but are happy for people to use it to positively promote National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NHCAW. If you use the logo please send us a copy of any materials you produce for our national hate crime awareness week archive.

C/O 17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign, Studio 151, 15 Ingestre Place, London

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Hash Tag Eight Against Hate #EightAgainstHate

Hashtag Eight Against Hate #EightAgainstHate – is a simple idea – to encourage anti-hate crime organisations to share their social media campaigns – tweets and posts – on charity Tuesdays #CharityTuesdays between 8 am to 9 am so that others can pick them up, share and retweet them.

For more information about National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NHCAW visit our website at http://www.nationalhcaw.uk

 

Feel welcome to use these graphics to promote this hate crime awareness campaign.

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Hate Crime FOI Report 2017

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Preliminary report on our national hate crime freedom of information research project.

London pilot project

During the summer of 2016 we conducted our first Freedom of Information enquiry to councils across London. We had responses from 28 of the 33 London Boroughs including the City of London.

  • 69% of boroughs stated they do not have separate action plans for responding to hate crimes.
  • 34% of boroughs stated they do not explicitly include hate crime in their community safety plans at all.
  • 79% of boroughs do not have designated hate crime prevention officers, or similar roles.
  • 28% of boroughs do not facilitate hate crime reporting, and 17% do not have any information about hate crime reporting on their websites.
  • 69% of boroughs do not facilitate direct hate crime advocacy to individual s affected by hate crime.
  • 6 boroughs do not redirect or refer people affected by hate crime to external advocates
  • 11 stated that they are engaging with community based and voluntary organisations through hate crime forums or similar events.

Following the success of this initial piece of research, in the summer of 2017 we submitted Freedom of Information requests to every council across the UK – asking them eight sets of questions about eight areas of their work relating to hate crime.

This included; hate crime policy, staffing, reporting, resources, advocacy, funding, working with communities and participation in NCHAW.

UK hate crime freedom of information report 2017

We had responses from 384 of 402 councils across the UK (a 95.5% response rate).

These were then added to a spreadsheet by our volunteers using a Google Form that we had set up.

Hate crime policy

1a Is hate crime included in the council’s community safety plan?

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236 61.46% councils state that include hate crime in their community safety plans.

Piktochart: https://create.piktochart.com/output/28938566-1a-hate-crime-policy

1c Does the council have a separate hate crime policy?

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77 20.05% of councils state that they have separate hate crime policies.

Piktochart: https://create.piktochart.com/output/28938573-1c-hate-crime-policy

We asked for copies of council hate crime policies so that we can review them to identify key themes and best practice. This will be included in our next report.

Hate crime staff

2a Does the council have a designated hate crime lead/team?

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200 51.81% of councils state they have a designated hate crime lead/team.

Piktochart: https://create.piktochart.com/output/28938907-2a-hate-crime-staff

2c Does the council employ designated hate crime officers?

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54 14.10% of councils state they have designated hate crime officers.

Piktochart: https://create.piktochart.com/output/28939227-2c-hate-crime-staff

Hate crime reporting

3a Does the council facilitate hate crime reporting?

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310 80.73% of councils state they facilitate hate crime reporting.

Piktochart: https://create.piktochart.com/output/28939434-3a-hate-crime-reporting

We also asked what hate crime reporting methods the councils supported. This will be included in our next report.

Hate crime resources

4a Does the council have designated hate crime pages on it’s website?

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235 61.20% of councils state they have designated hate crime pages on their websites.

Piktochart: https://create.piktochart.com/output/28939963-4a-hate-crime-resources

Using this information we have started to build a Google Map to show all the council websites across the UK. Green indicates they have hate crime information page, Red indicates they don’t.

4a Map

We have designed the map so that if you click on any of the markers it will show the relevant information for that council.

It will also show:

4c Does the council produce it’s own hate crime resources?

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129 33.49% of councils state they produce their own hate crime resources.

Piktochart: https://create.piktochart.com/output/28940165-4c-hate-crime-resources

Hate crime advocacy

5a Does the council provide direct hate crime advocacy services?

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52 13.54% of councils state they provide direct hate crime advocacy services.

Piktochart: https://create.piktochart.com/output/28940503-5a-hate-crime-advocacy

5c Does the council refer people to external advocacy services?

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229 59.64% councils state they refer people to external hate crime advocacy services.

Piktochart: https://create.piktochart.com/output/28940763-5c-hate-crime-advocacy

Hate crime funding

We asked how much funding councils provided for hate crime in the past three years; 2015/16, 2016/17 and 2017/18. Once we have analysed the responses this will be included in our next report.

Hate crime forums

7a Does the council facilitate a hate crime forum?

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195 50.78% of councils state they facilitate hate crime forums.

Piktochart: https://create.piktochart.com/output/28941061-7a-hate-crime-communities

NHCAW

8a Is the council taking part in NHCAW 2017?

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209 54.43% of councils across the UK stated that they were taking part in NHCAW in 2017.

Piktochart: https://create.piktochart.com/output/28941276-8a-nhcaw

8c Which years has the council taken part in NHCAW?

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79 councils stated that they took part in 2012, this increased to 83 councils in 2013, 112 councils in 2014, 141 councils in 2015, 162 councils in 2016 and 211* councils in 2017.

* note that figures for the London region were not available between 2012 to 2016.

Piktochart: https://create.piktochart.com/output/28941738-8c-nhcaw

 

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17-24-30 update branding and publicity materials for 2018

 

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17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign have been updating their branding and publicity materials ready for 2018.

Charity Side 1

New 17-24-30 charity tri-fold leaflet (cover side)

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New 17-24-30 Charity tri-fold leaflet (inside leaflet)

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NHCAW Tri-Fold Leaflet 2018 (cover side)

NHCAW Side 2

NCHAW Trifold Leaflet 2018 (inside leaflet)

AAR Poster 2018                       NCHAW Poster 2018

17-24-30 April Acts of Remembrance (poster)                      NHCAW 2018 (poster)

 

 

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Stars come together to release a hard hitting single in support of raising Hate Crime Awareness

On Saturday 14th October 2017, Warwickshire County Council and key strategic partners released the single, Love Instead of Hate (Give it a Try) to kick off Hate Crime Awareness Week 2017.

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This project has seen Warwickshire County Council team up with Coventry-based ‘The Voice’ star Letitia George and ‘Let It Shine’ star Jordan Charles to create a powerful music single, called Love Instead of Hate (Give it a Try), showing the true pain caused by hate crime

The single, which has been produced in Warwickshire by music producers Neil Williams and Chris Welch, aims to raise awareness of hate crimes and increase the public reporting of them through a new website (www.reporthatenow.com) after a recent study suggested 3 out of every 5 Hate Crimes are not reported to the police.

The song, Love Instead of Hate, was initially inspired by poetry written by Stephen Crowshaw, a Nuneaton and Bedworth Police officer. Stephen’s lyrics were shared with Rugby-based music producer Neil Williams who immediately volunteered his time and considerable expertise to produce the track. Neil was able to very quickly form a team to work on the music, which featured Stourbridge Producer Chris Welch, Singer Songwriter Jordan Charles and Singer Letitia George all who gave their time and expertise to the project for free.

A music video has also been produced by Warwickshire County Council to accompany the single and featuring the acting talents of Young People from Rugby School Avon Valley School and Performing Arts College. 

Cllr Izzi Seccombe, Leader of Warwickshire County Council, said: “Love Instead of Hate is a fantastic piece of music with an important and powerful message. We are so grateful to the amazing producers and artists who have given a considerable amount of time to making this single a reality.

“I hope that this song and the work going on throughout Hate Crime Awareness Week and beyond will raise awareness of Hate Crimes and encourage the reporting of such crimes to the police. Making sure Warwickshire Residents are safe and feel safe in the county is a key priority for us. Hatred and Hate Crime have no place in our communities and the fact that so many of these crimes go unreported is not a situation we can or should tolerate.

Producers Neil Williams and Chris Welch, said of working on the track: “This is an incredibly important message that can’t be overstated. Getting involved with the project was an easy decision to make and I hope this reaches as many people as possible. If it helps prevent just one person from suffering a hate crime then it has been a success. I’d like to thank the incredible team we have worked with in making this possible for all of their hard work and dedication

Singer Songwriter Jordan Charles who wrote the Track, said: “Our communities are suffering from a lack of empathy. It’s much quicker to judge, insult or persecute someone than it is to feel compassion for them. Hopefully the message of love and strength in our song will help to inspire more empathy during Hate Crime Awareness Week and beyond

Letitia George, The Voice vocalist featured on the single, said: “it was an absolute pleasure to work alongside some fantastic people on making this song. I really hope that ‘Love Instead of Hate’ raises plenty of awareness and can do some real good increasing the number of Hate Crimes getting reported during hate crime awareness week and beyond. Every little good contributes to the fight against hate crime.

Find out more about Hate Crime and Reporting by visiting: http://www.reporthatenow.com

Find out all about National Hate Crime Awareness Week on the official site: https://www.nationalhcaw.uk/

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