Join the Rights and Justice Research Priority Area (RPA) for a debate on LGBT hate crime. Lynda Kelly of Nottinghamshire Police will be in discussion with RPA Postgraduate Director Hannah-Rose Murray on the issue of responding to hate crime through policing, community interaction and the concerns thereof.
To enrich this discussion, we are looking for questions from our attendees. You’re welcome to pose questions at the event itself, but if there are any concerns you feel are not being currently addressed by the police, and would prefer to submit them beforehand, please email Hannah-Rose. These questions will be read out (anonymously) to Lynda at the event.
This event is funded by the Rights and Justice Research Priority Area (RPA), the world’s largest group of rights and justice scholars. The research and public engagement of our 700 staff members, 300 postgraduates and 20 research centres focuses on human rights, civil rights, criminal justice, social and economic justice, minority rights, and all forms of equality and discrimination. It is held in collaboration with Journey to Justice Nottingham.
Free, all welcome. Book online.