The CACH Office will reopen on Wednesday 2nd January 2019
450 young people receive Hate Crime Awareness Sessions following anti-bullying week work.
Published 7th November 2018
You can listen live online at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/radiostoke
We have been approached to discuss our work challenging hate crime in Staffordshire and also to discuss the findings of a new BBC survey that shows a rise of nearly 300% (over 5 years) in hate crime against people with disabilities.
Studies carried out by the charity Scope previously showed that 75% of people with disabilities who experience hate crime do not report it so at least some of this rise might be explained by increased confidence or ease in reporting.
Our Coordinator, Anna McLauchlan, is due on air at 8.20am but earlier on in the programme John and Liz will also be talking to Charlie Beswick about her fantastic work in schools educating young people about visual difference following appalling online abuse her son Harry experienced online https://www.ouralteredlife.com/
If you feel you have been a victim of discrimination or a hate crime we can help you get the support you need. You can report to us anonymously or provide all your details so that we can help you directly.
All reports are kept confidential unless you ask for us to share the information with our partners.
To report a hate crime or incident please call/text
0797 149 7988
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