Open to London DDPOs and all other organisations involved in Hate Crime work in London
This event is an opportunity to find out about the excellent work to combat Hate Crime against Disabled people across the Capitol.
You will be able to understand more clearly why it is important to have services led by Disabled people for Disabled people.
The event will include key speakers, workshops and networking.
1.00pm Registration and light lunch
1.30pm Welcome & Introduction to event (Louise Holden, Inclusion London & Ruth Bashall, Stay Safe East)
2.00pm Work of Partnership – Merton CIL / SSE (David Jenkins, Merton CIL & Ruth Bashall, SSE); Pan London Hate Crime Project; Hate Crime Secondments and Evaluation Tools; Hate Crime Advocate Support
2.45pm Work of Partnership – IL (Louise Holden & Henrietta Doyle); Campaigns & Policy, Representation, Training Modules / Films
3.15pm LBGT Poet Laureate Trudy Howson
3.45pm David Wilkins, National Disability Hate Crime Network – research on Transport and Hate Crime
4.00pm Workshops, choose one:
- Dr Laura Chapman – Ten years on from Getting Away with Murder Report
- Mark Lorenzi – Critical Thinking, Media literacy and using our Voices
- Camden People First – role plays on HC and discussion.
5.00pm Mark Healey 17-24-30 – feedback from National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2019
5.15pm Edalia Day Performance
5.35pm Closing up
Who is this event for
Open to London DDPOs and all other organisations involved in Hate Crime work in London, including Disability Hate Crime Network, MOPAC, GALOP, CATCH Partnership, East London HC Partnership, Equally Ours, HEAR Network, Met. Police, Home Office and Crown Prosecution Service.
If you would like to find out more about the London DDPO Hate Crime Partnership or about this event, please contact email@example.com