As we make the final arrangements for this year’s April Acts of Remembrance #AAR to mark the anniversaries of the London Nail Bomb attacks on Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho we have taken the opportunity to update the 17-24-30 no to hate crime campaign blog.
The main pages have been slimmed down to nine pages including; Home, Report Hate Crime, About 17-24-30, H.O.P.E. Hate Crime Projects, Brixton 17, Brick Lane 24, Soho 30, October #NHCAW and Links.
(#) indicates pages that are incomplete or need further updating. These pages will be populated with information and updated in due course.
Report Hate Crime page – which gives people advice how and where they can report hate crime. Our standard message is to report to the police as they are best placed to respond to emergency situations but if people don’t want to go to the police then we suggest they try their local council or contact any of the independent advice and support services listed on the blog.
This section has one sub-page What is hate crime? which outlines the hate crime strands, hate crime incidents, why people should report hate crime and how to report it.
About 17-24-30 page – outlines the background on how the organisation came into being. Covering the April Acts of Remembrance #AAR and National Hate Crime Awareness Week.
H.O.P.E. Hate Crime Projects page – explains what H.O.P.E. and lists 17-24-30’s projects.
This section has eight sub-pages; April Acts of Remembrance #AAR, Fundraising for 17-24-30 projects (fundraising has three further sub-pages; annual fundraiser, current fundraising appeals and other annual awareness / fundraising events), Hate Crime Champions Volunteer Scheme, International Day of Hope and Remembrance #IDOHAR, National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NHCAW, National Hate Crime Events Calendar, UK Hate Crime Network and Working with communities affected by hate crime (has one sub-page – Remember their names project).
Brixton 17 page – The main Brixton page outlines key partners, preparation for the day, plans for the day and a map of the location.
Three sub-pages include; Brixton Remember 17-24-30 Archive (#)(an archive of events since April 1999), London Borough of Lambeth (#)(will eventually display a Google map of Lambeth with Lambeth Listings) and the Safer Lambeth Partnership (#)page (covering the local community safety partnership.
Brick Lane 24 page – The main Brick Lane page outlines key partners, preparations for the day, plans for the day and a map of the location.
Three sub-pages include; Brick Lane Remembers 17-24-30 Archive (#)(an archive of events since April 1999), London Borough of Tower Hamlets (#)(will eventually display a Google map of Tower Hamlets with Tower Hamlets Listings) and the No Place For Hate Campaign page (#)(covering the local community safety partnership.
Soho 30 page – The main Soho page outlines key partners, preparations for the day, plans for the day and a map of the location.
Three sub-pages include; Soho Remembers 17-24-30 Archive (#)(an archive of events since April 1999), London Borough of Westminster (#)(will eventually display a Google map of Westminster with Westminster Listings) and the Safer Westminster Partnership (#)(covering the local community safety partnership.
October #NHCAW page – includes question and answers about National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NHCAW outlining when it takes place, how it began, what it’s purpose is, what H.O.P.E. stands for, how people can get involved and how people can find out more about the history of the week. The page includes a link to the new #NHCAW micro site (#) that is being set up to promote #NHCAW 2016
This section has ten sub-pages; Register your #NHCAW events here! (providing an on-line form to register events), archive pages 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 (#), and History of 17-24-30 the long overview.
Links (#) page – useful links organised into the following categories; Alternative Sub-Cultures Listing, Asylum and Refugee, Bullying, Disability Listing, Domestic Abuse Listing, Faith Listings, General, Gipsy and Traveller, LGBTQ+ Communities, Media Contacts, Miscellaneous links, Race and Religion.
The second half of the page covers the United Kingdom (#) with links to the following pages; England (#), 01 London (#), 02 South East (#), 03 East (#), 04 East Midlands (#), 05 Yorkshire and the Humber (#), 06 North East (#), 07 North West (#), 08 West Midlands (#), 09 South West (#), Northern Ireland (#), Scotland (#), and Wales (#).
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