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This video has been realised within the frame of the project 'PRISM: Preventing, Redressing, and Inhibiting Hate Speach in New Media'
Deadline for applications: 6 May 2016
A workshop on hate speech and hate crime will be held in London from 10–12 May 2016. The event is being organised by the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), in cooperation with us at Race on the Agenda (ROTA). The workshop is addressed to lawyers and law enforcement officers and aims at promoting knowledge on hate speech and hate crime prevention strategies and actions.
"What British Muslims Really Think" - Inflammatory? Islamophobic?
Following the Channel 4 documentary “What British Muslims Really Think” it has become more important than ever to challenge and take a stand against hate speech in the media. The Muslim population in Britain have increasingly become the target of hate speech. Many people believe that the Channel 4 documentary, presented by the former Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, has crossed a new line in normalising hate speech and Islamaphobia.
Training Day one: Complying with the Equality Act 2010
18h May 2016, 9.30am – 4.30pm
The Open Space event report is available HERE.
'Fifty years ago today (8th of December) the Labour government of Harold Wilson introduced the first Race Relations Act - outlawing discrimination based on ethnicity. Labour has a strong track record. As recently as 2010 we passed the Equality Act. On this anniversary, Kate Green MP, Labour's Shadow Women & Equalities Minister, announced that Patrick Vernon will chair an advisory group of experts to advise her on policy on race equality. Jeremy Corbyn Leader of the Labour Party' Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party