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Greater Manchester Hate Crime Plan

Greater Manchester Hate Crime Plan

Greater Manchester is a place where everyone should feel safe to be themselves. No one should face violence, abuse or hatred just because of who they are, who they love, where they’re from, what they look like or what they believe.

There is a lot of great work taking place to tackle hate crime in each area of Greater Manchester but we think we can be more effective if we work together. So, we are creating the Greater Manchester Hate Crime Plan to help prevent and tackle hate crime.

We have worked with many people and organisations involved in tackling hate crime to develop a set of priorities for the Greater Manchester Hate Crime Plan. Now, we want to know what you think so we can develop them further. We want to hear from everyone in Greater Manchester, regardless of whether you have experienced hate crime or not. 

The best way to have your say is via the online survey here: www.gmconsult.org , and the closing date is 20th November.

Local councils will also be holding some engagement sessions if you would prefer to have your say in person. For more information, please email engagement@greatermanchester-ca.gov.uk and let us know which borough you live in.  

We’d also be really grateful if you would encourage others to take part. 

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Published: 14-Nov-2019

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