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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 | Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Hackney - We Choose Hope

On 23 May, within one day of the horrendous events in Manchester, the people of Hackney came together for a ‘we choose hope’ event. Hosted by the local Muslim centre, over 40 people turned up, we discussed how to challenge hatred, and agreed that we would redouble our efforts to make  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Thursday, 18 May 2017

PROFILE: Owen Jones – Challenging the rising hate in schools

With hate incidents rising, there's a huge demand for HOPE not hate's education workshops in British schools Banter is not just banter and racist jokes are not okay. These are some of the issues that Owen Jones discusses with students everyday across the country. At a time when hate incidents in schools  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Wednesday, 3 May 2017

Who will decide Britain’s future?

Who will decide Britain’s future? Students, young people and ethnic minorities at risk of under-representation on 8 June Students are the group most at risk of being under-represent at this GE2017 Towns with big student populations are struggling: Cambridge still has 15,000, or minus -15%, fewer electors compared with May  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Wednesday, 3 May 2017

The Secret to Having Difficult Conversations

I once had a conversation with a friend of mine who was adamant that “the moon landings were faked”. I hadn’t given the topic too much thought but did acknowledge that there were a minority of people who held this view. When I asked what exactly had led them to  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Wednesday, 3 May 2017

Arts festival to celebrate life of Jo Cox

Festival inspired by Jo Cox’s maiden speech to Parliament – “We are far more united and have far more in common with each other than things that divide us.” Jo Cox’s life has inspired a group of artists and producers to launch a unique arts festival commemorating the life of the  read more


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