As described in the Home Office’s Hate Crime 2018/19 report, the number of recorded hate crimes across England and Wales has been rising since 2012. We know this is a problem endemic to the whole of the UK, but the University of Nottingham’s No Place for Hate campaign sends a clear message: there is no tolerance for hate on our campuses.
But that’s still not good enough. Because we all know that it doesn’t have to be a hate crime to hurt. This campaign is an opportunity to explore all aspects of diversity and inclusivity, and to learn how to make our campuses welcoming places for everyone. None of us are perfect, but we can all learn to do better.
The No Place for Hate campaign runs at the University of Nottingham from Monday 8 – Friday 12 March 2021. This is your chance to ask the questions you’ve always been too afraid to. This is your chance to learn how to recognise it, challenge it and stamp it out.
#WeAreUoN and we are united by our diversity.
Table of events
There are no upcoming events but you can watch a recording of a recent event below
- No place for hate in higher education: through the lens of Asia and Covid-19
Watch a recording (university username and password required)
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