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It's National Hate Crime Awareness Week!

Praxis Care recently attended the Hate Crime Awareness and Information Session on Tuesday 16th October which was organised and held by the Ulster University, Magee campus.

Praxis Care North West Supported Living Service worked in partnership with the university and PSNI Foyle neighbourhood policing team to spread a message of HOPE:

- Hate Crime Awareness - increasing public knowledge of hate crimes and how to recognise a hate crime.

- Operational responses to hate crime - encouraging people to think about how they would respond if hate crime happened to someone they know.

- Preventing hate crime where possible.

- Empowering communities to report hate crime and work together.

There has been a significant rise in serious crimes such as fraud and physical assault towards those with disabilities.

Recent figures published by Victims Support show that there were 111 hate crime incidents against people with disabilities reported to PSNI between July 17 - July 18, and 49 disability related hate crimes over the same period in Northern Ireland.

Anecdotal evidence suggests that even more incidents occur but go unreported either because people with disabilities don't feel their issues will be taken seriously, or because they are fearful of the consequences of reporting such incidents.

By attending the event, Praxis Care hope that the issue of hate crime is recognised in local communities and that victims, or anyone who knows of such crime, feel encouraged to report it.

#NHCAW #SpreadLoveNotHate #SafePlaceForAll #PraxisCareIt’s Hate Crime awareness week!

As part of our ongoing commitment to tackle Hate Crime and encourage reporting of it, Foyleside and The Moor NPT attended University of Ulster Magee campus to talk to students!

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Its National Hate Crime Awareness Week!

Praxis Care recently attended the Hate Crime Awareness and Information Session on Tuesday 16th October which was organised and held by the Ulster University, Magee campus.

Praxis Care North West Supported Living Service worked in partnership with the university and PSNI Foyle neighbourhood policing team to spread a message of HOPE:

- Hate Crime Awareness - increasing public knowledge of hate crimes and how to recognise a hate crime.

- Operational responses to hate crime - encouraging people to think about how they would respond if hate crime happened to someone they know.

- Preventing hate crime where possible.

- Empowering communities to report hate crime and work together.

There has been a significant rise in serious crimes such as fraud and physical assault towards those with disabilities.

Recent figures published by Victims Support show that there were 111 hate crime incidents against people with disabilities reported to PSNI between July 17 - July 18, and 49 disability related hate crimes over the same period in Northern Ireland. 

Anecdotal evidence suggests that even more incidents occur but go unreported either because people with disabilities dont feel their issues will be taken seriously, or because they are fearful of the consequences of reporting such incidents.

By attending the event, Praxis Care hope that the issue of hate crime is recognised in local communities and that victims, or anyone who knows of such crime, feel encouraged to report it.

#NHCAW #SpreadLoveNotHate #SafePlaceForAll #PraxisCare
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Praxis Care is a Company Limited by Guarantee registered in Northern Ireland Registration Number NI017623 and is registered with The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland NIC103672.

Registered with Republic of Ireland Companies Registration Office Company Number: 908491. Registered with Charities Regulatory Authority RCN: 20100919

Praxis Care complies with the Governance Code for community, voluntary and charitable organisations in Ireland.

We confirm that a review of our organisation’s compliance with the principles in the Code was conducted on 4 April 2016.

This review was based on an assessment of our organisational practice against the recommended actions for each principle. The review sets out actions and completion dates for any issues that the assessment identifies need to be addressed

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