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Lets End Hate Crime.

Hate Crime Awareness week takes place from 1-7th February 2021.  We have an opportunity for organisations to apply for grants to hold events and activities during the week.  The deadline for applications is midday Thursday 12th November.  For more information on how to apply please click here

Hate crime has no place in Greater Manchester. Everyone has the right to feel safe and we all have a responsibility to stand against hatred and discrimination. #WeStandTogether

No hate crime is acceptable. We all have a right to live without fear, hostility and intimidation from others because of who we are. 

· You can report hate crime as follows:


Report hate crime

  • Call Greater Manchester Police on 101
  • Call the Manchester City Council's Hate Crime Report Line on 08000 830 007
  • Report it to True Vision anonymously
  • Report it to a Third Party Reporting Centre, find one in your area here

Greater Manchester Plan to Tackle Hate Crime

October 2020 saw a comprehensive new plan launch outlining how hate crime will be tackled and communities brought together in Greater Manchester over the next three years.


The plan to tackle hate crime will raise awareness of hate crimes and encourage people to report them, while also improving support for victims of hate incidents.  You can view the plan here


Anyone who has been a victim or a witness of hate, is encouraged to report it to Greater Manchester Police on '101' or visit www.letsendhatecrime.com to report or receive help and support. 


Lets End Hate Crime.

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Lets End Hate Crime.

Internet Safety

Hateful and malicious material posted on social media and the internet can damage community cohesion and create fear. As a Partnership we work alongside communities and the internet industry to reduce the harm caused by hate online Messages and material based on hatred can be upsetting and offensive and leave victims and communities in fear. The True Vision website has guidance on staying safe online and what you can do about offensive material. You can also report if you have been a victim of hate crime.

What is hate crime?

Hate crime is any crime that is targeted at a person because of hostility or prejudice towards that persons:

  • Disability
  • Race
  • Religion or belief
  • Sexual orientation
  • Alternative subculture
  • Trans and gender reassignment

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