Join us at HOPE at HOME 2020
This year, instead of an Annual Dinner, we're running an online fundraiser Read more
The HOPE Education Fund is a way for you to sustain our work in schools up and down the UK, by setting up a monthly direct debit.Our brilliant education team spends every single day speaking to young people, helping them to recognise and counter hate before it can become a part of their lives.
Support this work now – set up a monthly direct debit below. Read more
We have an amazing network of volunteers, making differences in communites. Can you be part of it? Read more
Hate destroys lives. We want to see a world where everyone is able to live with dignity and without fear. Read more
The work of the HOPE not hate Charitable Trust continues during this difficult time.
A Fear and HOPE study of 16-24 year olds
This new report looks at how fear and hope shape the attitudes and behaviours of young people, aged 16-24, in Britain today
We created two interactive lesson plans for teachers or for parents to help children in Key Stage 2 learn more about challenging prejudice.
Imagine a scenario where someone is stirring up hate in your community. Maybe it's just one person, maybe it's an organised group. Maybe you don't have to imagine, because it's happening in your community right now, and it's really vile.
I adore Birmingham. Everyone who knows me, knows that about me. I share this fact about 3 times a week and especially with new people I meet.
Black History Month is a celebration which showcases the many accomplishments black people have made in Britain. For many of us, it provides the impetus to overcome the many barriers we face, in addition to providing positive depictions of black people that detract away from harmful stereotypes we’re subject to. Read more
Imagine a scenario where someone is stirring up hate in your community. Maybe it's just one person, maybe it's an organised group. Maybe you don't have to imagine, because it's happening in your community right now, and it's really vile. Read more
Across Europe and America, the immigration debate has shaped our political landscape. Britain’s vote to leave the EU, the election of Donald Trump in the US, the rise of populist right parties across Europe have all been driven by a politics that weaponised migration to divide. Read more
Our communities may be locked down, but social solidarity is needed now more than ever Read more