Tag Archives: Homophobia

Appeal to identify suspects after homophobic assault on train back to London from Brighton Pride

On Saturday 1st August 2015 thousands of people traveled to Brighton to enjoy Brighton Pride and most people had a brilliant day out. However, a gay man travelling with a group of friends was punched unconscious in an unprovoked attack. … Continue reading

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Letters and statements of support #HCAW2014

Letters and statements of support for this year’s National Hate Crime Awareness week organised by 17-24-30 No to Hate Crime Campaign in partnership with Stop Hate UK have been received from the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister, the Leader … Continue reading

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Vauxhall IDAHO Tree replanted in Lambeth

POSTED BY LAMBETH COUNCIL ⋅ FEBRUARY 26, 2014 Vauxhall MP Kate Hoey (left), Cllr Jack Hopkins (centre) and Mark Healey (right), Lambeth Council’s Hate Crime Coordinator, at the replanting of the IDAHO tree. The Vauxhall IDAHO Tree marking Lambeth’s opposition to homophobic hate crimes … Continue reading

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Letters of support from the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition

The Prime Minister, David Cameron, wrote: “I strongly back this year’s Hate Crime Awareness Week which once again raises this important issue around the country.   Crimes motivated by hatred have no place in modern-day Britain and I know that … Continue reading

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St Paul’s Act of Remembrance

Programme Overview: Open with Piano Music Welcome by Rev Michael Hampel Reading from Revelations Rev Mark Oakley Moment of silence whilst Jenny Baynham lights Candle of Hope and Remembrance Mark Healey 17-24-30 No to Hate Crime Campaign Edwin Sesange Out and Proud … Continue reading

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E-newsletter update 13th Sept 2012

Dear friends and followers, Welcome to our latest e-newsletter as we rapidly approach October and the 4th International Day of Hope and Remembrance for those affected by Hate Crime (20th Oct 2012). We have been busy, as those of you … Continue reading

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Shout Out! in Lewisham to mark IDAHO at Catford Civic Centre 6pm

Lewisham: The Black Staff Forum and the LGB&T Staff Forum are joining together to mark the day by screening the film Beyond Labels. The film explores black, gay male experience in London. What is Idaho? IDAHO (The International Day Against Homophobia … Continue reading

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Survey reveals the need for Teacher Training to Tackle Homophobia in Schools

The International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO) on May 17th sees the launch of two reports into the prevalence of homophobia in schools, carried out on behalf of the NUT in Lancashire and Kirklees. SchoolsOUT welcomes these reports, which involved over … Continue reading

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