Join us to explore how we work together to respond to Hate Relationships:
This event will explore new evidence demonstrating how the experience of repeated hate-motivated incidents can impact victims in a similar manner to those who are victims of coercive control in domestic abuse.
People who experience repeated hate-motivated incidents are usually targeted by neighbours or people who live close-by. Often their experiences are below the crime threshold or are difficult to evidence, meaning that support from help providers is not always possible. Quite often the only way to escape these behaviours is to move home, whilst the perpetrator(s) are rarely called to account for their behaviours. For those who are experiencing these behaviours on a regular basis, the effects on their mental health can be significant, generating feelings of entrapment, isolation and despair.
Professor Catherine Donovan, (Department of Sociology, Durham University)
Dr John Clayton (Geography, Northumbria University)
Professor Stephen Macdonald, (Department of Sociology, Durham University)
Connected Voice Hate Crime Advocacy Service (CVHCAS)
Kim McGuinness, Northumbria Police & Crime Commissioner
This event will be of interest to anybody who would like to better understand hate crime and its effects, such as those working in the police, housing, health, local council, adult safeguarding, members of local hate crime and community tensions groups and members of the public.
New understandings of hate crime: Hate Relationships and their implications for policy and practice
12 November 2021 | 09.30-12.30
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International Symposium on Social Work Practitioner Research: Contribution to Theory and Practice
24 November 2021 | 09.00-12.00
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