London Deaf & Disabled People’s Organisations. Hate Crime Partnership Report.

Our work during April 2019 to March 2021

By disabled people for disabled people

Since this five-year project started in April 2018, we have been working on a range of different hate crime projects to support Deaf & Disabled People’s Organisations (DDPOs), to build capacity and raise awareness of Hate Crime against Disabled people within the Disabled community and with key stakeholders, funders, policy, and decision makers.

This report gives an overview of all the different aspects of what makes up the London Deaf & Disabled People Organizations’ Hate Crime Partnership, led by Inclusion London from April 2019 to March 2021. We have included overviews of each area of work, what we did, our achievements, the challenges and learning that has come out of working with the 22 Deaf & Disabled People Organisations in London who have signed up to be involved in the partnership work, during this time.

One of the primary areas of learning has been to recognize the vital part that Deaf & Disabled People Organisations play within their communities to challenge discrimination and prejudice, provide employment for Disabled people, where Disabled people are also in charge of the organisations, either as a member of staff or trustee and how this supports work related to combatting hate crime.

To download the report in PDF format click on the link below. File size 6MB

Hate Crime Partnership Report 2019 – 2021 PDF

An Easy Read version of the report will be available soon.