A discussion of hate crime legislation and its impact on women and freedom of speech.
All Crime and Disorder
RADEQUAL is Manchester's campaign co designed with communities to build community resilience. The focus of this round of Grant funding (2020-21) is 'Building Community Resilience to Hateful Extremism'.
RADEQUAL define hateful extremism as ideas, attitudes and behaviours that are hateful towards specific ‘others’ and designed to undermine social cohesion.
TLC: Talk, Listen, Change is a dynamic, leading relationships charity based in Manchester. With over 10 years’ experience delivering domestic abuse prevention services, the team is growing and are now recruiting for a Programme Manager.
The Programme Manager will work closely with the Head of Domestic Abuse, Senior Practitioner and Business Administrator. You will manage a dedicated and established team, maintain and monitor processes and procedures and use data and insights to ensure they are delivering work to the highest standard.
Modern policing wrestles with ethical dilemmas every day. Could you play a part in helping the police negotiate challenging, complex and sometimes controversial issues by joining Greater Manchester’s Independent Police Ethics Committee?
The committee is seeking new members to provide advice, support and guidance to GMP and the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime on the complex ethical issues that face modern policing.
Bolton CVS are currently running the Giving Back in Bolton project and are working hard to develop best practice guidance for volunteering organisations so that people with criminal records are fairly represented in volunteering opportunities.
You can help by completing the short survey here
During the passage of the Counter Terrorism and Border Security Act 2019, the government committed to carrying out an independent Review of Prevent. Lord Carlile was appointed as the reviewer on 12 August 2019. Lord Carlile, a life peer and former barrister, has over 10 years of experience in Counter Terrorism related legislation.
Does anyone have any old phones lurking that they don`t want, however basic?
On the Out are a support service helping people as they are released from prison. A basic phone helps a person keep in touch with services and their support network. All numbers and sims to be removed, On the Out just need the handset.
If you can help, contact Helen on 0745 280 9664.
Greater Manchester is a place where everyone should feel safe to be themselves. No one should face violence, abuse or hatred just because of who they are, who they love, where they’re from, what they look like or what they believe. Hate incidents and hate crime will not be tolerated in Greater Manchester.
UP grew out of WHAG, a charity that began life as Women’s Housing Aid Group in 1981.
Together, WHAG and UP think that prevention is better than cure. One in four women and one in six men will be victims of domestic abuse. In every reception class, at least one child will have been living with domestic abuse since they were born.
Poor health is something that impacts both victims of crime and offenders. From learning disabilities to drug addiction to poor mental health, there are a surprising number of health problems that make you more likely to be a victim of crime or an offender.