17-24-30 aims to promote a message of H.O.P.E. across the UK.
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.
Here are details of the projects we are currently supporting;
April Acts of Remembrance #AAR
Each year, we aim to support and facilitate three acts of remembrance to mark the anniversaries of the London Nail Bomb attacks on Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho.
- More information about #AAR here.
National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NHCAW
In October each year, we organise National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NHCAW leading up to the International Day of Hope and Remembrance for those affected by Hate Crime #IDOHAR.
We want to encourage solidarity anti-hate crime vigils and awareness events to take place around the UK and abroad.
Hate Crime Champions Volunteer Scheme
We are looking for volunteers to join our volunteer scheme.
- More information about volunteering here.
Throughout the year the fundraising team organise and attend a variety of events to promote our campaign, and raise awareness and support for the work we are doing.
- More information about Fundraising here.
- Information about our Annual Fundraiser here.
- Details of our current Fundraising appeals here.
- Other Awareness/Fundraising events we are supporting here.
UK Hate Crime Network on LinkedIn
We have set up and administer the UK Hate Crime Network on LinkedIn.
- More information about UKHC Network here.
National Hate Crime Events Calendar
We are setting up a National Hate Crime Events Calendar.
- More information about the National Hate Crime Events Calendar here.
National Hate Crime Events Google Maps
We have set up the National Hate Crime Events Google Maps to help promote events that are taking place around the UK.
- More information about the National Hate Crime Events Google Maps here.
Working with communities affected by hate crime
We work across the five main hate crime strands; Disability, Faith, Gender Identity, Race and Sexual Orientation – as well as recognising new emerging categories of hate crime.
- More information about our work with communities affected by hate crime here.
We will continue to use social networking sites like Facebook, Google, Twitter, WordPress and others to promote our campaign and signpost our partners work.
17-24-30 accepts no responsibility for the content and views expressed on other sites.
- Check our our Contact us / Social Media page here.