Democracy Week: Youth, voting and ice cream

HOPE not hate has been campaigning across London to help young people register for local council elections on 3 May.

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Author: Jemma Levene

A Day in the Life…of a Community Organiser

Mahmooda Qureshi is a community organiser for HOPE not hate in Birmingham. She explains what her job entails.

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Author: Jemma Levene

Everything you need to know about voting

Register online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote. It takes a couple of minutes.

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Author: Louie rodrigues

Alt Right Teacher Conference

How safe from hate are young people? Is your school ready to face new online threats? HOPE not hate is running 3 one-day conferences across the country aimed at Safeguarding Leads, teachers and youth workers to equip them with the knowledge and skills to keep their young people safe from this new and growing alt-right threat

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Author: Jemma Levene

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A week in the life...

A picture tells a thousand words. And a tweet is limited to 280 characters... So here's a tweeted account of a week in the life of some of our organisers.

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Author: Tom Godwin

Cardiff chooses HOPE not hate

When walls were vandalised with far-right posters and Nazi graffiti, volunteers in Cardiff used the opportunity to reach out to one another, and build strength and unity in the community.

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Author: Tom Godwin

Stories of HOPE

  • A week in the life...

    A picture tells a thousand words. And a tweet is limited to 280 characters... So here's a tweeted account of a week in the life of some of our organisers. Read more

  • Bringing People Together in Buttershaw

    HOPE not hate Bradford are planning for their annual city centre celebration this June by holding events in outlying estates. HOPE not hate organiser Paul Meszaros reports from Buttershaw Read more