Disability Hate Crime Awareness event 16th March 2022

Raising awareness of hate crime and keeping safe as disabled people Newark Stop Hate Crime is working with Nottingham Mencap to put on an event to raise awareness of how to respond to disability hate crime at Cleveland Square Community Centre, 53 Cleveland Square, Newark NG24 4HL on Wednesday 16th March 2022 from 10.30 in …

Hate Crime Awareness Week 2021 in Newark Market Place

To open Hate Crime Awareness Week 2021, we had a successful stall in Newark's Royal Market on Saturday 9th October 2021. It was centrally placed outside Newark Town Hall to raise awareness of how to prevent hate crime and report it if you see it. Karen Burri Becher, Senior Educator at the National Holocaust Centre …

Newark Hate Crime Awareness Week 2021 poster and video competitions

Following the success of our poster competitions in 2020, we are repeating them in 2021. We are also announcing a new video competition. Hate Crime Awareness Week 2021 is on 9th to 16th October. Newark Stop Hate Crime is a group bringing organizations together to show that our community in Newark does not accept hate …

Newark Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020 press coverage

Newark Advertiser covered the plans for the launch of the The Nazi Regime: Persecution of Gypsies exhibition with a visit from the Notts police and crime commissioner Paddy Tipping in their 8th October edition. In the following issue, the Advertiser shared a photograph of a visit to the market place stall by Nottinghamshire Police and …

Newark Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020 poster competitions

Local artists Bill and Nadia Ming will be judging entries to two poster competitions. Local school children are invited to create A4 posters about race hate crime in regards to any cultural group, including their own culture. Local adults are invited to create A4 posters about hate crime towards disabled people, in regards to any …