Welcome to the Lambeth Faith Hate Crime Working Group page.
- to be elected once the group has established itself. Mark Healey Lambeth’s Hate Crime Prevention Coordinator is currently chairing meetings.
Terms of Reference
- In process of being drafted. Will be added once agreed by the group.
- Lambeth MPS,
- Lambeth Council
- Faiths Together in Lambeth
- South London Islamic Centre (Streatham Mosque)
- others tbc
- Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LambethFaith/
- Gmail account: contact via Mark Healey
- Linkedin profile: N/A
- Twitter profile: follow @Lambethhcc
- WordPress site: This page!
- Hasgtags: #LambethFaith, #WeStandTogether, #VisitMyMosque
The Inter-Faith Hate Crime Working Group meets at International House in Brixton on a monthly basis – Second Tuesday each month at 6pm. Details of next meeting are on display on the home section of this blog.
Dates for 2016;
- Tues 8th March 2016 6pm
- Tues 12th April 2016 6pm TBC
- Tues 10th May 2016 6pm TBC
- Tues 14th June 2016 6pm TBC
- Tues 12th July 2016 6pm TBC
- Tues 9th August 2016 6pm TBC
Tues 13th September 20166pm Resceduled Tues 20th September 2016 6pm TBC
- Tues 11th October 2016 6pm TBC
- Tues 8th November 2016 6pm TBC
- Tues 13th December 2016 6pm TBC
- Matters Arising from Minutess
- Monthly Lambeth Hate Crime Update
- Matters Arising from Update
- Member updates
- Any other business
- Next Meeting
Faith Hate Crime Working Group events
These are events that the Faith Hate Crime working group is organising.
- N/A – none being planned at the moment
Annual Inter Faith events
- Every Month – South London Inter Faith Group Lunch Meetings – info click here.
- February UN Harmony Inter Faith Week promoted by the United Nations
- February Inter Faith Harmony Breakfast organised by Faith’s Together in Lambeth
- February #VisitMyMosque organised by Muslim Council Britain
- September Lambeth Inter Faith Walk organised by Faith’s Together in Lambeth
- November Inter Faith Week organised by interfaithweek.org
- Building the inter-faith network in Lambeth.
- Social networking and network promotion.
- Improving key partnerships – Police, Council, Victim Support, other third party independent advice and support services and the communities affected by Faith hate crime.
- Faith Hate Crime Data – looking at the statistics, hot spotting, case reviews, risk assessment, prevention, increasing support for those affected by faith hate crime and improving operational response.
- Mapping communities affected by Faith hate crime and resources/services available.
- Hate crime champions scheme – venue volunteers, hate crime policies and procedures, hate crime resources.
- Hate crime awareness events
Other Key Documents by other organisations
- Challenge it, Report it, Stop It (March 2012)
- Challenge It, Report It, Stop It (May 2014)
- MOPAC Hate Crime Reduction Strategy Dec 2014