Beautiful day for the beautiful game! Today we kicked off National Hate Crime Awareness Week with a football tournament. People from across our community came together through a love of football to take a stand against #HateCrime#NationalHCAW
Disability Hate Crime Workshop
Met Police are holding a workshop on Disability Hate Crime on 12/10 @ 11:30, as part of #NationalHCAW, in collaboration with @RealDPO and @TowerHamletsNow. Join us to raise awareness of hate crime, learn how to report it and where to access support. Register here: https://forms.office.com/r/BHmWLxF0xr
Where Altab Ali Park, Adler St, London E1 1FD, UK (map)
When: Friday 15th October 2021
Time: 2.15 – 5.00pm
Where: Meeting at Shaheed Minar Memorial in Altab Ali Park and walking to St John’s Church, Bethnal Green.
2.15pm: Walk Route
Please note: The walk will be on the pavement.
We will set off at 2.30pm on a route taking us through Brick Lane, past the location of one of the nail bombing attacks of 1999, then on to Bethnal Green Road, past Weavers Field, heading back to Whitechapel Road, before turning on to Cambridge Heath Road and heading to St Johns Church on Bethnal Green.
3.30pm: Event at St John’s Church
Speeches from representatives of peace supporting organisations talking about the impact of hate crime
Ansar Ahmed Ullah – Altab Ali Foundation
Maggie Pinhorn – Tower Hamlets Women’s Network
Mark Paterson – ELOP & Tower Hamlets LGBT Community Forum
Mark Healey – 17-24-30- National Hate Crime Awareness Week
Alan Green – No Place For Hate Forum & Interfaith Forum
Superintendent Andy Port – Neighbourhood Policing, Central East – Hackney and Tower Hamlets
Councillor Sirajul Islam – Cabinet Member for Community Safety
Hannah Ingram-Moore, daughter of Captain Sir Tom Moore and Co-founder of The Captain Tom Foundation, has joined Neighbourhood Watch Network and Co-op Insurance to help us find the nation’s most remarkable neighbours.
To nominate your
NEIGHBOUR OF THE YEAR,
YOUNG NEIGHBOUR OF THE YEAR (21 years and under) or
In partnership with Universal’s The Croods 2: A New Age and Co-op Insurance Neighbourhood Watch Network are super excited to launch a competition to design a CROODS 2 INSPIRED TREEEHOUSE and WIN IT for your LOCAL COMMUNITY.
We want children up to the age of 16 to design their very own #Croods2Treehouse for their local community. What’s more, the winning entry will be brought to life and built within a nearby Wildlife Trust location to be enjoyed by the public for years to come.
Running online 20-21 November 2020, The Festival of Discovery aims to help people connect through lively discussions, entertainment, things to make and do and real-life stories from communities across the UK.
Join Eddie Izzard, Jo Brand, Mr Motivator and many more special celebrity guests and contributors as they set out on an exciting journey to explore what a better future might look like for us all.