WHAT IS A HATE CRIME?
A hate crime can take many forms including:
THREAT OF ATTACK
VERBAL ABUSE OR INSULTS
HATE CRIME COORDINATOR
PRONOUNS : SHE / THEM
Charlie has been a youth worker for a number of charities including UpRising, The Social Mobility Foundation and The Challenge – soon to be working with Mesmac and their LGBTQ youth group. They are currently studying a Social Work MA at The University of York and upon graduating hope to continue to work within the children and families sector. Charlie joined the form in November 2020 and after working with many LGBTQ+ young people who have experienced hate crimes, is really looking forward to running a successful campaign. They are incredibly passionate about social mobility, inclusion and anti-oppressive practice when it comes to working with people in the community.
Any information you give us is valuable, it enables us to identify areas of concern, patterns of behaviour and could lead to the prosecution of offenders.
A hate crime is any criminal offence committed against a person or property that is motivated by an offenders hatred of someone because of their:
HATE CRIME PREVENTION MEME CAMPAIGN 2019
As part of our Stop Hate Crime Campaign in 2019 we devised a number of memes that were used throughout Social Media and in print material to showcase different groups within the LGBT community that can potentially suffer from Hate Crime attacks.