New resources available for National Hate Crime Awareness Week

Resources available from 8 October and call for volunteers to help distribute them

We are delighted to confirm that MOPAC has provided increased funding this year for resources for National Hate Crime Awareness Week (NHCAW) in London 12-19 October 2019.

This funding will provide:

  • 4,500 No Place For Hate T-shirts (Large)
  • 20,000 No Place For Hate Badges
  • 40,000 NationalHCAW Badges
  • 20,000 NationalHCAW leaflets
  • 20,000 Hate Crime Reporting Cards – promoting True Vision
  • Black NationalHCAW wristbands.

The Distribution of these resources is being organised by Mark Healey, founder of NHCAW. The resources are expected to arrive in New Cross Gate, London on the 8th October. Distribution of these resources for this important week is a significant task, and Mark is appealing for volunteers to help get the stock in (up three floors), unpacked, checked, repacked and distributed by the 10th/11th October. If you – or anyone you know would like to volunteer for this important cause, please email: mark@17-24-30.org

For London Boroughs: Each London Borough is being given a big box of resources – which we have made arrangements for the Met Police to pick up and distribute through their 12 Basic Command Units. Therefore London Borough Councils should contact their local Met Police Basic Command Units to collaborate on events and share resources.

FOR NGOs / VCS Orgs: Mark is also packing 300 small packs – which are available on a first come first served basis to London based organisations. Please register your interest in these packs here: https://nationalhcaw.uk/plan-your-nationalhcaw
For any other queries regarding resources for National HCAW 2019 please email mailto:info@nationalhcaw.uk

Inclusion London have prepared a social media campaign and press pack for London DDPOs to share. More information here:

https://www.inclusionlondon.org.uk/campaigns-and-policy/act-now/love-not-hate-no-place-for-disability-hate-crime/

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