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BHCDS Voices of Victims of Hate Crime Roundtable

Alex Raikes MBE, Director (Strategic) SARI

BHCDS Voices of Victims of Hate Crime Roundtable
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Type End Quantity
People with 'Lived Experience'
These tickets are for people who have suffered hate crime and who are willing to share their stories and ideas for improving response by agencies and communities.
1 day before event starts Free  
Agency Representatives
These tickets are for agency representatives who will be attending to hear from those with 'lived' experience of hate crime in order to help them improve their services, policies and procedures for dealing with hate crime.
1 day before event starts Free  

Event Details

 

This is a Bristol Hate Crime & Discrimination Services (BHCDS) Event

Do you want to shape and improve future response to

Hate Crime & Discrimination in Bristol?

‘Voices of Victims of Hate Crime’ Round Table

Thursday 12th September 2019

Day time Roundtable: 11.30 – 2.30 pm

Evening Roundtable: 6–9 pm

Venue: The Future Inn, Cabot Circus Bond St, Bristol BS1 3EN

Have you been a victim of hate crime or discrimination in the past 2 years? This includes age-based abuse, bi-phobia, disabilist abuse, faith-based abuse (including anti-Semitism and Islamophobia), homophobia, misogyny, racism and transphobia.

Or are you an agency leader/ decision maker that want to hear those with 'lived experience' so you can improve your response and practice for victims of hate crime?

We are running a Roundtable where people with ‘lived experience’ of hate crime can share their experiences, concerns and ideas on how to improve the City’s response to hate crime with senior officers and decision makers from Avon & Somerset Constabulary, Bristol City Council, the CPS, NHS Trusts, the Clinical Commissioning Group, Housing Associations, Education and other key providers.

Table Themes will include:

1. Hate Crime/ discrimination – ASB, Crime and Housing (for when incidents occur around the home or in a public place)

2. Hate Crime/ discrimination – Education (for when incidents occur in school, college or university)

3. Hate Crime/ discrimination – Traders, Employment and Public Transport (for when incidents occur in work or on public transport

4. Hate Crime/ discrimination  - faced by People with learning disabilities, autism or Asperger’s and neuro-diversity.

We are looking for 15 people with 'lived experience' for our day time Roundtable and 15 people 'with lived experience' for our evening round table who would like to share their experiences, concerns and ideas to help shape future response to hate crime so you can book onto the best time for you.

We will also be inviting decision makers/ policy makers from key agencies that have a duty to tackle/ respond to hate crime and discrimination.

To book your place or find out more e-mail sari@sariweb.org.uk or call Sarah or Jay at SARI on 0117 9420060 or on BHCDS Freephone: 0800 171 2272.  If you want to attend we will need to know if you have any support or access needs and your dietary requirements. 

 

Do you have questions about BHCDS Voices of Victims of Hate Crime Roundtable? Contact Alex Raikes MBE, Director (Strategic) SARI

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Future Inns
Bond Street
BS1 3EN Bristol
United Kingdom

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