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HOPE not hate

Challenging Hate | Building Communities

We inform and educate the public about organised hatred and extremism and we strengthen and empower communities to find positive solutions to division.

Merthyr Tydfil ‘Together Stronger’

Cyber Hate Speech Unleashed on Twitter

The Battle of Cable Street

MoreInCommon weekend

Fear & Hope 3


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COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Here is our Building Bridges Gallery in celebration of your campaign activity

HOPE not hate Building Bridges not Walls!

On 20 January, HOPE not hate groups across the country joined int he international protest: 'Bridges not walls'. Below are just a few of the pictures our supporters sent in. Eileen Kinsman sent this picture from Aberystwyth; where they clearly give the message; doubling up with  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Friday, 13 January 2017

Jane McAlevey

HOPE not hate welcomes Jane McAlevey

Book launch with Jane McAlevey on 14 February in London Many of the organising strategies that we use at HOPE not hate have their origins in America, in the trade union organising drives of the 1950s and the African American civil rights movement of the 1950s and 60s. That is why  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Weekend of action

Our December Weekend of Action saw HOPE not hate groups across the UK getting busy. Many delivered our leaflets to local areas Others held Hate Crime Intervention training In Bournemouth and in Liverpool, candlelit vigils allowed people to come together to celebrate  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Banksy in Boston: “Follow Your Dreams CANCELLED”, Essex St, Chinatown, Boston Photo: flickr.com/photos/rytc/

A future for post-industrial communities?

In the aftermath of both the Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump, there is a new interest in what is happening in ‘post-industrial’ communities. These are communities that a generation or more ago were thriving, where industry (coal, steel, manufacturing and the docks) provided well-paid jobs and the workforce  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Monday, 12 December 2016

Careful conversations in Cardiff

Since October, our organisers in Wales have been running an ongoing project training over 160 people on how to navigate difficult conversations with people who hold prejudiced views. We understand that if you want to change someone's point of view, the most effective way is to listen to them, engage with  read more


Reports

Muhammad Cartoons
Gateway to Terror
Rewriting History
Fear and Hope