Author Archives: mhealey

About mhealey

Founder of 17-24-30 No to Hate Crime Campaign

Illustrating Gender Project – new resource!

Gerald Coll-Plans http://www.gcollplanas.com has asked us to share the Illustrating Gender Project that has been launched at http://www.dibgen.com/index-en.html. It consists of an illustrated book (that can be downloaded for free), four animated video clips (dealing with the difference between sex and gender; … Continue reading

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Mayor of London Formal Consultation – Policing and Crime Plan – Needs to renew MOPAC Hate Crime Reduction Strategy

The Mayor is currently conducting a 12 week consultation on their draft Policing and Crime Plan, starting on 1st December and ending on the 2nd March 2017. The final plan will be published the end of March 2017. Of particular … Continue reading

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Lambeth Holocaust Memorial Day 2017

On Sunday 22nd January, I was invited to speak at the Lambeth Holocaust Memorial Day event at the Ashes Suite at the Kia Oval in Kennington, Vauxhall. The running order for the event included; Item Led by Welcome Mayor of Lambeth, … Continue reading

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17-24-30 founder awarded Edwin Shuker Upstander Award at National Hate Crime Awards

Mark Healey was awarded the Edwin Shuker Upstander Award at the first National Hate Crime Awards which were held in central London on the 17th November 2016. Mark was recognised for his voluntary work with the 17-24-30 No To Hate … Continue reading

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National Hate Crime Awards 2016

The National Hate Crime Awards were devised by Tell MAMA (and partners) to celebrate the fantastic Upstanders who have taken a stand against hatred, intolerance and prejudice in the UK. The list of award winners for the first annual awards … Continue reading

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High profile week of action across the transport network for National Hate Crime Awareness Week

More than 50 joint engagement events taking place at transport hubs across the capital between 10 and 14 October Transport for London (TfL) and the Police are standing together to reassure passengers and transport staff that hate crime on the … Continue reading

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A poem for IDOHAR

LGBT Poet Laureate Trudy Howson has written a poem to mark the 8th International Day of Hope and Remembrance for those affected by Hate Crime #IDOHAR The first #IDOHAR took place on the 30th October 2009 after the death of … Continue reading

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