Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020

Hate Crime Awareness Week

Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020

Wales-Wide Launch Online Event 

Join Professor Uzo Iwobi for a morning of guest speakers to launch this year’s National Hate Crime Awareness Week!

Saturday 10th October at 10am 

You can watch the event on Twitter and Facebook


10.00am Uzo Iwobi OBE | Introduction

10.05am Rt Honorable Alun Michael – Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales

10.10am Video 1 | Do you know what Hate Crime is?

10.11am Kay Howells – Mid and South West Wales Community Cohesion Coordinator, Carmarthenshire County Borough Council

10.15am Cindy Ikie – RCC Black Lives Matter Wales Officer | What is a hate crime and what constitutes a Hate Crime?

10.20am Video 2 | Hate Crime Video

10.21am Ali Abdi – RCC Youth BAME Forum lead | Importance of recognising and reporting hate crime and the role of RCC BAME Youth Forum

10.26am Tino Kaseke – Youth Mayor, BCBC | Role within the Youth Council and the impact of Hate Crime

10.31am Video 3 | Hate Crime Video

10.36am Video 4 | Speaking without Prejudice

10.41am Chief Inspector Mark Briers – South Wales Police

10.46am PC Anne Overton – Hate Crime Officer, South Wales Police | Role of Hate Crime Team

10.51am Riaz Hassan – Regional Community Cohesion Coordinator, Swansea County, Borough Council | Community Cohesion programme: how we can support people to increase the reporting of hate crime and the weekly tension monitoring system

10.56am Cllr. Huw David – Bridgend County Borough Council | Bridgend’s response to Hate Crime

11.01am Jessica Rees – Wales Hate Crime Manager, Victim Support Cymru | Reporting and the work of Victim Support in Wales

11.06am Sergeant Mark Watkins, Neath


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