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The Transformative Justice Project is a cross-sector, multi-agency partnership established to address hate crime in the community through the principles of restorative justice.
The desired aim of the forum is to ‘transform’ the way that statutory, public and private sector agencies and organisations work together in establishing and delivering appropriate and effective solutions for high victimisation level groups.
Yvette Williams, TJF Chair, 2008/9
The UK is amongst world leaders in the way that it responds to hate crime, but there is still much work to do. One of the greatest challenges is to reduce the under-reporting of hate crime.
Professor John Grieve CBE, independent chair of the government's Hate Crime Advisory Group