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London Transgender Day of Remembrance 2015

The London Transgender Day of Remembrance 2015 event is taking place on Friday 20th November. Since 1998 events have been held worldwide to remember those murdered and driven to death for being transgendered. Each year sadly the numbers of reports … Continue reading

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The Self Evident App – Hate Crime Reporting Service

On Tuesday I met up with Sarah Byrt from Witness Confident to talk about the Self Evident mobile phone app that has just been funded by the Mayor’s Office of Policing and Crime MOPAC. Last December MOPAC launched their MOPAC Hate … Continue reading

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International Visitors Victim Service

The International Visitors Victim Service (IVVS) provides free, confidential emotional and practical support for international visitors who have been victims of crime whilst visiting the capital. Download a copy of the poster to display here: VS – International Visitors Service … Continue reading

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20th Nov: Transgender Day of Remembrance 2014

Today many people will pause for a moment and remember the thousands of Transgender people around the world who have been attacked, murdered, or taken their own lives. Here are details of the London Transgender Day of Remembrance Event; London … Continue reading

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10 years on…Remembering David Morley (aka Sinders)

10 years ago this evening David Morley was attacked whilst walking along the SouthBank with a friend, by a gang of teenagers. He died from the injuries he sustained. David Morley (3 October 1967 – 30 October 2004) was a … Continue reading

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Remembering 7/7

Nine years on, remembering those who were killed and injured during the London 7/7 bombings – may those who died rest in peace, may those living know that we have not forgotten and will continue to stand at your side. … Continue reading

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