Derby Says No To Hate Campaign launched by Derby City Council


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Derby City Council and partners will be launching the ‘Derby Says No To Hate’ campaign on the 14th October 2019. The campaign focuses on the city centre and night time economy and reinforces the commitment to ensure the city is a safe and welcoming place for all residents, workers and visitors.

 The campaign is being launched during National Hate Crime Awareness Week (12th-19th October) and aims to increase understanding of hate crime and how to report it. The campaign stands by victims of hate crime, to inform the public that Derby will not tolerate hate crime in any of its forms.

For further information contact Lindsey Maidstone – Counter Extremism Community Co-ordinator at Derby City Council


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