Manchester’s annual Hate Crime Awareness Week

Hate Crime. Challenge It, Report It, Stop It.
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Manchester’s annual Hate Crime Awareness Week has begun and last to Sunday 1 February.

Hate Crime.
Challenge It, Report It, Stop It.

Manchester City Council are playing host to a full calendar of community events celebrating diversity and raising awareness of hate crime and hate-crime third-party reporting centres.

If you have been the victim of hate crime or you know someone who has, there are many different ways to report it. You can call Greater Manchester Police on 101, call us on 08000 830007 or you can report in online, anonymously if you want to, at True Vision at www.report-it.org.uk

Hate crime and hate incidents can be reported by anyone, victims and witnesses.

You can also report hate crime and access advice and support services at hate crime reporting centres across Manchester. To find your nearest reporting centre visit www.gmp.police.uk/hatecrime

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