By Nicole Pearson
Starting a conversation & focusing on the bigger picture: missing pieces of current hate crime prevention measures
It’s of no contention that the numbers of reports of hate crimes have been consistently increasing over the last decade, reaching over a hundred thousand reports in 2018/19 according to official Home Office statistics. But these numbers are difficult to interpret. Why? Well, one of the issues relating to tackling hate crime is the fact incidents are frequently underreported, and it doesn’t take an expert in the field to start listing reasons why. Reporting is complex, time-consuming, involves talking to a police officer and has no purpose unless the pile of evidence stands tall.
Or so it is widely believed.
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By Isabel de Leon
On the 21st of January 2020, the Centre for Access to Justice Student Pro Bono Committee held its first Academics vs Students Debate Fundraiser. This event was organised in support of Kalayaan, a small London-based charity that works to provide practical advice and support to, as well as campaigns with and for, the rights of migrant domestic workers in the UK. In light of this, the motion for the debate, kindly contributed by Natalie Sedacca, was as follows: This House would make homes that employ domestic workers subject to labour inspections”.
“This House would make homes that employ domestic workers subject to labour inspections”.
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