Tag: hate crime

Sophie Lancaster (left), and her Coronation Street counterpart Nina (right). Photo credit: screenshots, left from (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unQPaLw0Z7Y) and right from (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fifv2fqyoko)

“Whilst I can talk about her, she’s still here” – Coronation Street storyline sheds light on tragic story of Sophie Lancaster

Sophie Lancaster, who was murdered in 2007 for being a goth, has been remembered in a new Coronation Street storyline inspired by her storyline.

Copyright by GMP. Posted on social media. 17/02/2020

Organisations that support victims of hate crime to receive £500 grants

Salford CVS are offering £500 grants to organisations that support those affected by hate crime. Organisations in Salford can apply […]

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“The Jewish community feel threatened” Salford third in country for hate crime

Salford had the third highest number of violent antisemitic assaults in the country last year, with only Barnet and Hackney […]

Salford residents still have time to have their say on Greater Manchester Hate Crime initiative

  There is still time left for Salford residents to have their say on the Greater Manchester Hate Crime Plan. […]

File photo dated 21/03/17 of graffiti on a wall in Bristol. Hate crimes hit a record high in the last year with a surge in the number of reported offences triggered by sexual orientation and transgender identity, official figures show. Credit: PA Images

Salford sees increase in hate crime – Home Office statistics released

New Home Office statistics have revealed Greater Manchester has the second highest numbers of reported hate crimes in England and […]

Greater Manchester second highest region for hate crimes in England and Wales behind London

New Home Office statistics have revealed that between 2018 and 2019 there was 8,984 hate crimes reported in Greater Manchester […]

“Differences should not divide us, they should connect us” or how Salford expats deal with Brexit

Many European expats in Salford are suffering from identity crisis and are questioning their place in society says minority support field expert.

“More similarities than differences” – Salford CVS manager on raising awareness of Hate Crime Awareness Week

“More similarities than differences” – Salford CVS manager on raising awareness of Hate Crime Awareness Week

A manager for Salford community organisation says it is vital that hate crimes are reported as the city marks Hate Crime Awareness Week.