Monthly Archives: July 2012

Reports of Disability Hate Crime are increasing

Stop Hate UK have released their annual report for 2011-2012. Figures show that an increasing number of people are reporting Hate Crimes related to their disability. For the first time Stop Hate UK has received more reports of Hate Crime … Continue reading

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Nebraska Hate Crime: Attackers carve slurs into Woman’s body

Charlie Rogers speaks out about Hate Crime attack Watch video of Charlie speaking out here on Youtube Sickening news reports are coming in about a horrific attack on Saturday night (21st July 2012) on Charlie Rogers – a Lesbian woman, 33, living in … Continue reading

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New domestic violence service in Southwark

We have heard from Luke Martin via the Southwark LGBT Network about a new service for men who are victims of domestic abuse. Luke writes: “I am e-mailing to introduce myself and a new service launched in Southwark. I am … Continue reading

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Community groups and unions call for free, community-lead Pride

Comment by Peter Purton Disability and LGBT Rights Officer TUC In the aftermath of the problems that afflicted London’s World Pride earlier this month, community groups and LGBT trade unionists have confirmed their support for a national Pride to be … Continue reading

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Warrington’s Hate Crime Strategy Launched

WARRINGTON Borough Council has developed a new hate crime reduction strategy and action plan for the town with the help of its partners. The draft strategy aims to increase reporting and improving responses to reports of hate crime as well … Continue reading

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Survivor Kardin Ulysse blinded in Hate Crime attack

(c) Photo by Jesse Ward for New York Daily News On the 5th June 14 year old Kardin Ulysse was beaten and blinded in one eye by classmates in an apparent anti-gay attack that took place in the cafeteria at Roy H. … Continue reading

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Lancaster Door Supervisors get training to report Hate Crimes

Door supervisors in Lancaster and Morecambe are bidding to make hate crime a thing of the past thanks to a new training course. Forty door supervisors from five different companies have taken part in a free pilot training programme on … Continue reading

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Proud – A play by John Stanley: Directed by Oliver Jack

An Olympic tale for an Olympic City. Written by John Stanley Directed by Oliver Jack Lewis is nearly eighteen Lewis is sexy and he knows it Lewis is a talented Olympic hopeful Lewis is in love Lewis knows the nation’s … Continue reading

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New advert released for this year’s day of Hope & Remembrance

The message is simple and straightforward, “Never forget – it is up to remember them” states the latest advert for the forthcoming international day of Hope and Remembrance organised by 17-24-30 for those who have been affected by hate crime. … Continue reading

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Daniel Zamundio – Chilean victim of vicious hate crime attack

Daniel Zamudio 24, born 3 August 1987 died 27 march 2012 Chile’s president Sebastian Pinera signed an anti-discrimination law on Thursday (12 July 2012) following the killing of Daniel Zamudio in March set off a national debate about hate crimes in Chile. Wednesday 4th April … Continue reading

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