450 young people receive Hate Crime Awareness Sessions following anti-bullying week work.
Schools embracing the message of kindness
Published 30th November -0001
In the last 2 weeks our Coordinator has met over 450 young people in Lichfield, Burntwood, Burton, Tamworth and Rugeley talking to them about the harm that hate crime can cause and the repercussions for the perpetrators. We have had some amazing input from year 6 students (10-11 year olds) all the way through to Princes Trust team members in their 20s.
It is essential to our work that we get the message 'out there' that hate crime is not acceptable and that people consider the impact of their actions. Thank you to all involved, you have been fantastic!
Photo: Sharron Finch SFARS - Prince's Trust Team Leader - Tamworth
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.
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