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News and reports on LGB and T hate crime project

Download our report - LGB and T Hate Crime Reporting Identifying Barriers and Solutions

Every year tens of thousands of people in England and Wales suffer prejudice and hostility because of their identity or perceived ‘difference’. This can include acts of physical violence, as well as the more ‘everyday’ forms of harassment and intimidation. There is a growing body of research evidence to show that acts of hate crime cause significant emotional and physical damage to the well-being of victims, their families and wider communities.

This report presents the findings from this project and has been structured to outline LGB and T people’s experiences and expectations of hate crime reporting, and to provide best practice guidance. We hope that the recommendations within this report make a real and sustained difference with respect to helping organisations and individuals respond more effectively to hate crime.

Last updated: 22 Apr 2016