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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.

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COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Monday, 27 March 2017

International Women’s Day 2017: Be Bold For Change

Last March, we ran an immensely popular online campaign to celebrate individual women around the UK who were nominated as being community champions. This year we were thrilled when Assembly Member Jennette Arnold OBE invited us to run an event for women at the London Living Room in City Hall  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Friday, 24 March 2017

Live Blog from Post-Industrial Communities conference

Follow our reporter Safya Khan-Ruf as she live-blogs today from our conference at the University of Leeds, 'A Future for Post-Industrial Communities?' 100+ experts, community practitioners and politicians are coming together to help discuss solutions to the problems facing many de-industrialised communities today. Live-blog link:   read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Friday, 3 March 2017

New Education team helps schools challenge prejudice and understand far-right signs and threats

Young people have more inclusive views than ever, but can still struggle with understanding prejudice and inequality; schools also need to understand the threat posed by the far right – part of the challenges being met by our new Education team. Since the hate crime spike  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Merthyr’s 1st LGBT+ Club Night

Merthyr Tydfil is my home, a place that for most of my life I was told was void of opportunity and investment, abandoned by consecutive governments and local politicians. Growing up, there was very much a feeling that nothing ever happened in Merthyr: nothing to look  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Sunday, 26 February 2017

Photo: Sam Leighton

Tackling the root causes of division

HOPE not hate has teamed up with Leeds University to host a conference, 23-24 March: ‘A future for post-industrial communities?’ Over the last couple of years, one of the areas we have increasingly focused on has been those communities whose past was industrial, confident and proud, but whose present is in  read more


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