Local Voices Disability Hate Crime Round Table - 13 Feb 2019

Wed Feb 13 2019 at 01:00 pm to 04:00 pm
Jack Dash House, 2 Lawn House Close, London, United Kingdom

Jack Dash House, 2 Lawn House Close, London, United Kingdom

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Tower Hamlets Local Voices Project - Community Safety work stream

As part of our Community Safety workstream the Local Voices Project have agreed to continue to deliver three Disability Hate Crime Round Table events each year.

These will take place on the second Wednesday of each February, June and October between 1 pm to 4 pm at Jack Dash House on the Isle of Dogs.

These meetings aim to;

keep Disability Hate Crime on the agenda,

provide a forum for disabled people to discuss disability hate crime,

bring representatives from the local authorities, key partners and communities affected by hate crime together,

to share news and information updates from across the disability hate crime/hate crime sector,

to share best practice and experinces dealing with disability hate crime.

to explore intersectionality with other hate crime strands

Real hosted it's first Disability Hate Crime Round Table in October 2017, since then we have held a series of these events during 2018, continuing into 2019. Each event is usually attened by up to 30 people.

Access Needs

Please let us know if you have any access requirements, we have limited funding to cover the access needs of Local Voices members.


Our basic agenda;

Introductions – helping people get to know each other.

Key events/activities – sharing key dates and look at opportunities to collaborate on events/activities.*

Sector Updates – sharing news and information.

Project Presentations – one or two presentations (what people are delivering)

Ideas for development – encouraging collaboration between people and organisations.

Any Matters Arising / Any Other Business

* we have been developing an Equalities Calendar which we are happy to share with partners.

We will focus on Disability Hate Crime throughout the year, but touch on the other strands; LGBT to tie in with LGBT History Month in February, Faith issues in June, and Race Issues in October to tie in with Black History Month.

February 13 – LGBT issues | #NationalHCAW RECAP/Strategy Year Ahead

June 12 – FAITH Issue – DHC Resource Development

October 9 – RACE Issues - Thursday before #NHCAW as we expect everyone will be busy during NationalHCAW.

February 13 - LGBT issues | #NationalHCAW RECAP/Strategy Year Ahead

We will also encourage participants to collaborate on the development of an annual plan of action;

Reviewing the year in February and making plans for the year ahead, resources development in June,and tying in with NationalHCAW in October.

Signposting and promoting the Disability Hate Crime Sector

We will signpost the great work of others working in the Disability Hate Crime sector;

Inclusion London

Disability Hate Crime Network

Stay Safe East

Disability Hate Crime Partnership Lambeth

Lewisham Speaks Up

Disability Hate Crime Third Party Reporting Centre

Real runs a third-party reporting centre for those affected by disability hate crime in the borough of Tower Hamlets (unfortunately due to funding restrictings we can not take on clients from other boroughs).

More information here;

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Created By:
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