A Public Lecture to mark Hate Crime Awareness Week Tuesday 17th October 5:30pm – 7:00pm

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In partnership with Middlesbrough Council and the Police Crime Commissioners Office for Cleveland, Teesside University present an evening to raise awareness of hate crime and its impact.Barry Coppinger, Police Crime Commissioner for Cleveland, will open the event and Matthew Feldman, Professor in the History of Modern Ideas at Teesside University and co-director of the Centre for Fascist, Anti-fascist and Post-fascist Studies will deliver the keynote speech:

Barry Coppinger, Police Crime Commissioner for Cleveland, will open the event and Matthew Feldman, Professor in the History of Modern Ideas at Teesside University and co-director of the Centre for Fascist, Anti-fascist and Post-fascist Studies will deliver the keynote speech:“On countering hate incidents, anti-Muslim attacks and ‘mainstreamed’ bigotry”

“On countering hate incidents, anti-Muslim attacks and ‘mainstreamed’ bigotry”Drawing upon Teesside University’s

Drawing upon Teesside University’s ground breaking quantitative reports on anti-Muslim hatred, Matthew considers the nature and drivers of hate crime in contemporary Britain. By focussing upon ‘Islamo prejudice’, this talk will emphasise the outsized role played by the far-right, the dangers posed by ’trigger’ events, and the growing concerns around online spaces.The event will close with input from members of the local community who will share their personal experience of

The event will close with input from members of the local community who will share their personal experience of hate crime.

https://www.tees.ac.uk/sections/whats_on/events_details.cfm?event_id=9522

 

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