The Consequences of Hatred Left Unchallenged

Date published: January 30, 2018

Hate crime awareness event

To mark Greater Manchester Hate Crime Awareness Week 2018, taking place from 5– 11 February 2018, Greater Manchester Police, Salford City Council and the University of Salford are holding a free public lecture called The Consequences of Hatred Left Unchallenged on Friday 9 February 2018 (10-11.30am).

The free event will take place in the New Adelphi Studio Theatre, and is open to staff, students and members of the local community, although registration is necessary.

We will be welcoming guest speaker Rešad Trbonja, from the charity Remembering Srebrenica,  to talk about his experiences in living, working and studying  through the longest siege in modern history to provide food for his family after the war in Bosnia broke out in 1992 when Rešad was just 19. He will also be talking about the wider conflict in Bosnia-Herzegovina and the consequences of hatred when left unchallenged.

To register for free admission click here.

You can find out more information about hate crime here

The event will be opened by senior leaders from the GMP, Salford City Council and the University who will reiterate the importance of tackling hate crime.

Please contact Arron Pile in askUK if you have any questions about hate crime or the event itself. 

Report hate crime.

·     Call Greater Manchester Police on 999 for emergency help (or 101 for non-emergency help)

·     Call the Manchester City Council’s Hate Crime Report Line on 08000 830 007

·     Report it to True Vision (www.report-it.org.uk) anonymously

·     Report it to a Third Party Reporting Centre, find one in your area here.

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