Monthly Archives: December 2014

Police Appeal: Unprovoked homophobic tirade on London Underground

Do you know this woman? Police would like to speak to her in connection with a “prolonged verbal tirade” of “homophobic abuse” on the London Underground. British Transport Police (BTP) released the images of the woman after a 23-year-old man … Continue reading

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Police Appeal: six years on from the murder of Davion Watt in Brixton

Six years on from the murder of Davion Watt in Brixton detectives are continuing to appeal for witnesses and information. On the anniversary of his death, 19 December, detectives are returning to the scene of his murder to canvass people … Continue reading

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Male Rape Services #breakthesilence

More than £1 million is being provided to specialist rape support organisations across England and Wales as part of the first ever fund to help male victims of rape and sexual violence. Approximately 75,000 men are victims of sexual assault … Continue reading

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Gaia Centre: Community Engagement Coordinator

Refuge is the largest specialist provider of domestic violence services in the country. It opened the world’s very first refuge in London in 1971 and celebrated its 40th birthday in 2011. On any given day Refuge supports over 1,600 women … Continue reading

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Solidarity in a Crisis

Download Poster: SOLIDARITY POSTER Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day Service Times; 8.00 am to 2.00 pm, then 8.00 pm to 12.00 midnight.

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FAST: Families Against Stress & Trauma launch new video

Families Matter is a UK based organisation that provides support to vulnerable families and individuals. The pain and distress caused by those travelling to Syria and Iraq is hard to describe but Saleha Jaffer heads this unqiue organisation called Families … Continue reading

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Disability Hate Crime Working Group Update 10/12/14

The Disability Hate Crime Working Group met at We Are 336 again today (10/12/2014). The meeting was chaired by David Strong (Disability Advice Service Lambeth) and attended by Mark Healey (Lambeth Hate Crime Prevention Coordinator), Jenny Ruales (Victim Support Lambeth), … Continue reading

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