October 23rd, 2018
Nottingham leaders united to take a stand against hate crime at a special event on Monday 15 October at the University of Nottingham.
Timed to coincide with the start of National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2018, the event emphasised the partnership approach being taken to tackle hate crime.
The ‘No to Hate’ event was organised to reaffirm the partnership’s commitment to tackling prejudice and hatred in all forms, and to send a clear message that there is ‘no place for hate’ in Nottingham.
Leaders from the community, education and public sectors got together to symbolise their commitment to the hate crime agenda.
The following leaders took part in the event:
Nottingham is home to some ground breaking projects on hate crime, making valuable contributions to making Nottingham a city that is safe for all citizens. The following leaders were present from the voluntary and community sector:
Professor Sarah Sharples, Pro Vice Chancellor for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at the University of Nottingham, said: “Diverse communities are strong communities and hate crime of any sort has no place in society. Our University community celebrates tolerance, respect and diversity in all its forms and is pleased to back this campaign to ensure there is ‘No Place for Hate’ in the city we are proud to call home.”
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