UK Home Office Reopens Fund to Help Communities Tackle Hate Crime The hate crime community projects fund has been launched for the third year so organisations in England and Wales could secure up to £75,000 to tackle hate crime, UK home office said. (Photo by Graeme Robertson/Getty Images).
Radhakrishna N S
UK’s Home Office has launched the latest round of the Hate Crime Community Projects Fund on Friday (19) which encourages community groups to come up with innovative solutions to counter hatred and prejudice. The Hate Crime Community Projects Fund has been launched for the third year, so organisations in England and Wales could secure up to £75,000 to tackle hate crime, Home Office said. The boost comes amid hate crime awareness week and following the government’s publication of the updated hate crime action plan, which set out new actions to tackle prejudice. “The government is determined to stamp out hate…
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