Stopping Hate Crime
This page has information about disability hate crime and what Inclusion North has been doing about it.
Since 2007, we have been working with people across the country on the best ways to stop disability hate crime.
What people knew about Hate Crime - in 2007
In 2007, we worked with the Valuing People Team to find out what self-advocacy groups, Learning Disability Partnership Boards and Crime and Disorder Partnerships knew about Hate Crime against people with Learning Disabilities.
The survey told us that groups - including people with learning disabilities - knew that hate crime is a problem but many Crime and Disorder Partnerships did not.
You can download this report at the bottom of the page
Learning Together Good Practice Guide and Training Pack
In 2008, we worked with Better Days self-advocacy group and Coast to Coast to write a Good Practice Guide and training pack. This featured the great work people were doing across the country to stop hate crime.The training pack is accessible and written so that people with Learning Disabilities could train professionals and work together to stop hate crime locally
You can download the pack by clicking here
- Findings on what was happening around the country on Hate Crime