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Hate Crime

 

Stand Up to Hate Crime

 

Hate crimes and hate incidents are offences and incidents that target a person’s race/nationality; ethnicity; disability; sexual orientation; faith/religion or gender identity.

 

They are motivated by hostility or prejudice and can have a devastating impact on victims, their family, friends and or the community

 

DON’T SUFFER IN SILENCE – TALK TO SOMEONE AND OR REPORT IT

 

If it’s happening now, or the offender is still nearby, call 999 immediately

If it’s less urgent, call the police on 101.

 

Or complete the form here.

 

Download the ‘Helping Victims of Hate Crime’ app here

It includes lots of simple information about HateCrime, the law and support services in our area.

Latest News

The Windrush Issue: Home Office support to Southampton residents

A large group of West Indian and Caribbean residents of Southampton assembled at the Ropewalk Centre on Thursday 17 May to meet, share experience, seek advice and gain answers from Home Office representatives following the Windrush scandal.

May 24, 2018

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Community Theatre Workshop in June: Celebrating Refugee Contributions

World Stages Now – a community theatre performance company, and Northam residents are working together to celebrate the contribution of refugees to life in the UK as part of Refugee Week – 18-24 June 2018.

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Events

Kelly Richardson: Pillars of Dawn

Opening from 25 May – Free at Southampton City Art Gallery. Taking cues from 19th-century painting, 20th-century cinema, and 21st-century planetary research, acclaimed Vancouver Island based artist, Kelly Richardson, crafts prints and video work that offers imaginative glimpses into the future, which prompts careful consideration of the present.

May 25, 2018

 

Music Quiz with James Street Church

7pm – 9pm Saturday at James Street Church, St Mary’s SO14 1PH. Entrance fee – £5.00, including buffet dinner. Featuring popular music from the 1950s onwards. Raffle tickets sold in aid of The Romanian Trip in December 2018

May 26, 2018

 

Common People

Saturday and Sunday at Southampton Common – Ticket entry. This is an amazing festival with singalong favourites, deep-down disco delights and all manner of amusements including a brand new kids garden and big attractions.

 

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