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NationalHCAW Newsletter 2022 

By Mark Healey

Welcome to issue 10 of our UK Hate Crime Sector Newsletter.

Thanks once again to MOPAC we have limited funding for NationalHCAW Resources for London.

This is enables us to design, produce and distribute 300 NationalHCAW resource packs for London-based organisations, and 15 resource bundles which will be distributed to Hate Crime leads across the Met Police Service, British Transport Police and Transport for London (so they can cascade resources to their London-based partners).

Call to action:

Please place your requests for resources now.

Click here to register for NationalHCAW Resources 2022>
Newsletter Contents

17-24-30 National Hate Crime Awareness Week CIO Updates
  • NEW NationalHCAW Hate Crime Leaflet
  • NationalHCAW Summer Meeting 22 August
  • NationalHCAW Hate Crime Directory
  • NationalHCAW Hate Crime Projects Register
  • NationalHCAW Campaign Countdown launched
Community News
  • Have you got Community News to share?
  • UK Hate Crime Network Group
  • NationalHCAW Linktree
  • ReportHate Linktree
  • #WEStandTogether #NoPlaceForHate #SafePlaceForAll
Back Issues
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17-24-30 NationalHCAW CIO updates
NEW NationalHCAW Hate Crime Leaflet

I've created a new NationalHCAW Hate Crime leaflet, designed to be given out to people who visit/view our hate crime stall.

It starts with "in an emergency call the police 999" guidance, then presents non-emergency options 101 and reporting online.

It introduces our Hate Crime Reporting cards (promoting True Vision) and our ReportHate Linktree profile which signposts hate crime reporting sites across the UK. It maps out communities affected by hate crime (Disability, Faith, Gender Identity, Race and Sexual Orientation), mentioned Alternative Subculture hate crime and that new hate crimes are beginning to be discussed.

It includes definitions for hate crime incidents and offences. Talks briefly about the pyramid of hate and the need to tackle prejudiced attitudes to prevent them escalatiing into hate crime offences, whilst giving three reasons why people should report hate incidents/offences.

It includes our H.O.P.E. campaign. Mentioned Victims Rights and Restorative Justice, and includes alternative reporting routes to local councils and third party organisations - and CrimeStoppers. With a back panel about 17-24-30 NationalHCAW and the objective of the national week.
Summer Meeting 22nd August 2022 - online 2 pm to 5 pm.
Monday 18th July 2022 - online 2 pm to 5 pm
22nd Aug 2022 - NationalHCAW Summer Meeting

Our Summer meeting which will take place on Monday 22nd August 2022.
  • Sharing plans for National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2022
  • Networking opportunities
  • Presentations

NB: Our onlines meetings are aimed at Hate Crime Sector professionals working across the UK, people who work and volunteer for anti-hate crime groups and organisations. We want to create opportunities for networking, communication and collaboration across the sector.

The meetings are not aimed at individuals experiencing hate crime or to provide a forum for cases/casework to be discussed - victims of hate crime should be directed to organisations that take on casework - as listed on the Reporting Hate Crime page on our national website.

Click here to register for our Summer Meeting 22 Aug 2022 >
We have set up a national hate crime directory.
NationalHCAW Hate Crime Directory

Have you registered your organisation? 
Click here to access the Organisation Registration Form >
We havve set up a national hate crime projects database.
NationalHCAW Hate Crime Projects Register

Have you registered your Hate Crime Projects?
Click here to access the Project Registration Form >
Community News
Have you got a piece of community news you would like us to share?
Send us press releases to share in this newsletter/on our social media.
Email information to

We are encouraging all anti-hate crime organisations to start sharing information and updates about their work in the UK Hate Crime Network Group on Linkedin - which we are building into a national forum for the UK Hate Crime Sector.
We run the UK Hate Crime Network group on LinkedIn, a national network for the UK Hate Crime Sector.
Click here join the UK Hate Crime Network group on LinkedIn >
The national week aims to encourage the authorities (Government, Police and Councils), key partners and communities affected by hate crime, to work together to tackle local hate crime incidents across the UK.
View 'NationalHCAW' Linktree here >
We distribute hate crime reporting cards to encourage reporting.
View 'ReportHate' Linktree here >
We aim to bring people together, to say no to hate crime in our communities, and live in peace and harmony together.
#WeStandTogether #NoPlaceForHate #SafePlaceForAll
Please feel welcome to forward this newsletter to collegues, and use social media to promote our work.
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