This year, things are a little bit differently for Hate Crime Awareness Week. The unprecedented circumstances we have found ourselves in, has given us all a bit of time to stop and gain a greater understanding of how we all operate and collectively work to support our most vulnerable people. This year’s contribution to Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020, is bringing a bit of the “Behind the Scenes” work to the forefront, and giving everyone an opportunity to ask those questions you’ve always wanted to ask!
Monday 12th October
Hosted by our colleagues in Merseyside Police, who will give you an insight into how they investigate Hate Crime from a policing perspective.
Tuesday 13th October
Hosted by our colleagues from Onward Housing, who will give you an insight into how RSL’s respond to Hate Crime, investigate reports and support their tenants.
Wednesday 15th October
Liverpool’s High Risk Joint Agency Group Case Conference
Thursday 16th October
Hosted by our colleagues in the Anthony walker Foundation, who will give you an insight into how victims of Hate Crime are supported.
Friday 17th October
Hosted by the Our Liverpool team, who will discuss some of the practical ways we respond to Hate Crime in our communities, and our commitment to ensuring people in the asylum process, refugee’s and vulnerable migrants have access to information.
PLEASE FOLLOW THE LINKS TO BOOK THE INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS
All sessions will take place online, they are completely free and you can ask questions during the event.