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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 | Friday, 23 June 2017

Prayer, fun and food in Brum

We had a great turn out of Quaker friends joining us for a Great Get Together on Friday 16 June, celebrating with food, good company and plenty of fun. The highlight, which left many quite emotional, was the prayer in the evening. When the Muslims prayed their evening prayer after breaking their  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Friday, 23 June 2017


Over 100 people created paper doves in memory of Jo Cox last Saturday at St Philip’s cathedral in Birmingham. We screened a film showing different aspects of Jo Cox's life – as a mother, MP and campaigner – and two huge maps of Birmingham and the world where people played a  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Friday, 23 June 2017

People came together across Cambridgeshire in memory of Jo Cox

Hundreds of people came together in Ely and Cambridge last weekend, to celebrate the life and memory of Jo Cox and enjoy the Great Get Together. People from across the Fens donated money to the local refugee resettlement campaign and signed up to support HOPE not hate at a stall in  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Friday, 23 June 2017

Hope Picnic in South Brum

We had a wonderful, relaxing day in south Birmingham, where people enjoyed the food we had brought in, particularly our organising team member, Glenys, who baked her own scones! In fact, we didn’t finish the food, but we all relaxed under a shady tree in the scorching hot weather, while chatting  read more

COMMUNITY ACTION BLOG | Friday, 23 June 2017

Street Iftar

Hundreds of people came from across Balsall Heath in Birmingham last Sunday to join in Moseley Road’s first ever ‘Street Iftar’, celebrating the life of Jo Cox as part of the nationwide Great Get Together. HOPE not hate supported the event, which with food donated by several local restaurants. The event, supported  read more


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