Gaydio Academy - Hate Crime Awareness Week 2022
For Hate Crime Awareness Week this year in Manchester (7-13 February 2022), Gaydio Academy has a whole week of interviews lined up with some leading organisations and local authorities.
Funded by Manchester City Council (MCC), we spoke to The Proud Trust, Stop Hate UK, Manchester City Council and Greater Manchester Police.
We also spoke to Baroness Hughes, Deputy Major of Manchester, who discussed Greater Manchester's agenda for tackling hate crime in 2022 and beyond.
The Proud Trust
Molly Houghton from The Proud Trust talks to us about LGBTQ+ hate crime since the pandemic and what services they provide to help victims of hate crime. Please click the above logo for more information.
Stop Hate UK
Rose at Stop Hate UK discusses different types of hate crime and what can people do if they or someone they know has been a victim. Please click the above logo for more information.
Manchester City Council
Councillor Akbar from Manchester City Council talks us through the Council's plan to promote stopping hate crime for 2022 and what you can do to help. Please click the above logo for more information.
Greater Manchester Police
Detective Superintendent Chris Bridge from Greater Manchester Police discusses GMP's agenda for stopping hate crime in 2022 and why they take every case seriously. Please click the above logo for more information.
Baroness Hughes, Deputy Major of Manchester
Baroness Hughes discusses if she thinks Greater Manchester is becoming a safer place and what key priorities and actions we need to take to address hate crime in Manchester.