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NationalHCAW Newsletter 2022 

By Mark Healey

Welcome to issue 16 of our UK Hate Crime Sector Newsletter.

Today the anti-hate crime charity 17-24-30 Nationalhcaw launched its annual Twitter campaign to promote National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NationalHCAW 2022.

Yesterday the government announced the latest hate crime statistics (year ending March 2022).
Police Recorded figures show 155,641 hate crime up 26% in England and Wales.

* Race Hate Crime 109,843 up 19%
* Faith Hate Crime 8,730 up 37%
* Homophobic Hate Crime 26,152 up 41%
* Disability Hate Crime 14,242 up 43%
* Transphobic Hate Crime 4,355 up 56%

These are shocking statistics.

Now more than ever we need to ensure that the authorities (Government, Police and Councils), key partners (business, voluntary and community sectors) and communities affected by hate crime work together to come up with local plans to tackle hate crime across the UK.

We encourage them to promote a message of H.O.P.E.

* raising Hate crime awareness.
* improving Operational responses to hate crime.
* Preventing hate crime.
* Engaging everyone to tackle hate and prejudice across the UK

We want to bring people together, to say no to all forms of hate, to make our communities safe places for everyone so we can live in peace and harmony together.

Please - help us get this message out as widely as possible by sharing this post and visiting our NationalHCAW Twitter profile and retweeting this twitter post.

#WeStandTogether #NoPlaceForHate #SafePlaceForAll #NationalHCAW 2022

Click here to view NationalHCAW's Twitter Thread >
Newsletter Contents
  • Welcome by Mark Healey
  • Newsletter contents
  • 17-24-30 NationalHCAW Twitter Campaign
  • Police Recorded Hate Crime England and Wales 155,841 up 26%
17-24-30 National Hate Crime Awareness Week CIO Updates
  • Seeking Statements of Support 2022
  • Some Statements of Support we have received.
  • Act of Hope and Remembrance for those affected by Hate Crime.
  • NationalHCAW resources 2022
  • Free PDF resources available to download.
Community News
  • Police Recorded Hate Crime Figures
  • Petition 1 - Stop Violence Against Chinese & Asian People
  • Petition 2 - Stop depicting East & Southeast Asians in Coronavirus related Media
  • Petition 3 - COVID-19 Anti-Racism Group (CARG) against Racism targeting British East Asian People
  • On Your Side.
  • Choice in Hackeny Disability Hate Crime Training
  • SAFE by CST online webinars
  • UK Hate Crime Network group on Linkedin
  • 17-24-30 NationalHCAW Linktree
Back Issues
Click here to view back issues of our newsletters >
Click here to view the latest Home Office Hate Crime Statistics >
17-24-30 NationalHCAW CIO updates
It is not too late - we are still accepting statements of support for NationalHCAW 2022

We want to hear from the Prime Minister, her Ministers, the Leader of the Opposition, Leaders of Political Parties across the UK, Members of Parliament and the House of Lords, Assembley MembersLocal Councillors, Police and Crime Commissioners, Police leaders, Faith and Community Leaders.

The more statements of support the better.
We have started to receive statements of support - thank you to the Christina McKelvie MSP Minister for Equalities and Older People, Cabinet Member for Community Safety at Waltham Forest Council Cllr Khevyn Limbajee  Police and Crime Commissioner for Dorset David Sidwick and  Nadia Whittome MP.

Once received, statements are added to our blog, our NationalHCAW Google page and shared across our social media.
Click here to view this year's Statements of Support 2022 >
Click here to view our NationalHCAW Google Map 2022 >
Act of Hope and Remembrance for those affected by Hate Crime.
MP Sir David Amess was attacked and killed during National Hate Crime Awareness Week last year.

One year on it is important to remember those we have lost, those who need our ongoing support, and to commit ourselves to work harder together to challenge all forms of hatred and prejudice.
This year, 2022, the national candle of hope and remembrance will be lit in solidarity with the East and Southeast Asian communities who were targeted with Racist Hate Crime during the pandemic.
Click here to register for the service at St Paul's Cathedral >
NationalHCAW Resources 2022

Thanks to funding from MOPAC we have ordered resources for the London Region.

  • 3,000 We Stand Together Against Racism t-shirts
  • 40,000 NationalHCAW badges
  • 20,000 Hate Crime leaflets
  • 40,000 Hate Crime Reporting Cards
Great to see one of our t-shirts modelled by Cllr Jocelyn Law from Colchester. 
Free PDF resources are available for download from our national website. Social Media content (Graphics and Text) can also be downloaded, copied and pasted across to your social media profiles from our Campaigns page and Facebook photo album.

Links available on our
View 'NationalHCAW' Linktree here >
Community News
Click here to view the latest Home Office Hate Crime Statistics >
Although racism and hate crime against Chinese, East and Southeast Asians appear to have died down since the spike in 2020. It hasn't! Join us for an open session on what is happening and what CARG should and can do in the next 12 months.
Click here for more information about this CARG event >
Click here to visit the Campaign Against Racism Group website >
Stop Violence & Abuse Against Chinese & Asian People
Petition on by Justice Oneday
Click here to read more about this petition >
Stop depicting East & Southeast Asians in Coronavirus related Media
Petition on by Viv Yau
Click here to read more about this petition >

COVID19 Anti-Racism Group (CARG) against Racism targeting British East Asian People

Petition on by Cllr Alex Yip JP
Click here to read more about this petition >
Click here to visit the On Your Side website >
Choice in Hackney are running a six week course on Disability Hate Crime - if you would like to take part contact David Landau 07908905697
CST SAFE are running the following online events:
  • 13th October at 8pm, Women’s safety (Simple tips to keep you safe during your busy daily life) with MOPAC London and Faiths Forum for London:
  • 20th October at 2pm, Online security (How to protect yourself and your community from online threats):
  • 26th October at 2pm, Exploring the Far Right (An exploration of the current state of the far right in the UK):
  • 3rd November at 7pm, Past terror attacks - lessons learned (The phases of an attack and how we can learn from past incidents to foil future attacks):
  • 10th November at 2pm, Event security for your community (Appropriate security measures to ensure the safety of large numbers of people):
More infromation:

If SAFE can be of any help, please contact us on
We now have over 530 Members - will you join us?

Sign up using the link below.
Click here join the UK Hate Crime Network group on LinkedIn >
View 'NationalHCAW' Linktree here >
#WeStandTogether #NoPlaceForHate #SafePlaceForAll
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