Launch event - New understandings of hate crime: Hate Relationships and their implications for policy and practice

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Launch event: Friday 12 November, 9.30am -12.30pm, online

This free online event will launch new research conducted by Durham and Northumbria Universities in partnership with Connected Voice’s Hate Crime Advocacy Service. The event is part of the 2021 Festival of Social Science, which runs 1 - 30 November.

Join us to explore how we work together to respond to Hate Relationships:

  • Summary of the new Hate Relationship concept
  • Hate Crime Advocacy Service-users: experiences and impact of hate relationships
  • Hate Crime Advocate: what is advocacy and how it helps
  • Kim McGuinness, Northumbria Police & Crime Commissioner: funding the innovative Hate Crime Advocacy Service
  • Catherine Donovan and Stephen Macdonald (University of Durham) and John Clayton (Northumbria University): Re-thinking repeat reports of hate crime/incidents as Hate Relationships based on coercive control
  • Panel and discussion: gaps and opportunities
  • Call to action: the way forward

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