#No2H8 Crime Awards: Two weeks left to nominate a hero fighting hate crime
Jewish News backed awards will honour those who’ve fought intolerance at the third annual ceremony
There are three weeks left to nominate people and individuals who have stood up to hate crime in the past 12 months for the third annual No2H8 Awards, which is being jointly organised by a Jewish-Muslim team.
No2H8 Crime Awards 2018: Here’s your chance to nominate a hero for fighting hate crime
There are a number of categories you can nominate for at this year’s awards, which are backed by The Birmingham Mail
The National No2H8 Crime Awards 2018 will be a celebration of those actively working to tackle hatred, intolerance and prejudice.
So if you know someone who has been active and exceptional in showing zero tolerance to hate crime, this is the perfect opportunity to nominate them for the No2H8 Crime Awards.
No2H8 Crime Awards 2018: Help us honour the heroes who stand up and fight hate and bigotry
We are launching the No2H8 Crime Awards 2018, celebrating those who fight hate and division
This week started with the image of a young Muslim bus driver surrounded by a far-right hate mob.
It ended with a man’s conviction for plotting to kill Labour MP Rosie Cooper and a police report saying there is a “real possibility” hate crime will spike after Brexit.
Today, we launch the No2H8 Crime Awards 2018, honouring those fighting hate and division.
No2H8Crime Awards 2018: ‘England aces united us all so now it’s time to celebrate heroes who challenge hatred’
Loose Women panellist Saira Khan encourages Brits to follow the example of England’s World Cup heroes by recognising those who embrace diversity
Getting behind the No2H8Crime awards, Saira, 48, says: “It’s been great to see the England team and what Gareth Southgate has done for diversity. Eleven out of the 23 squad members have mixed race heritage and Gareth has talked about diversity and not just paid lip-service to it.
Bolton Pride scoop top award for its work in tackling hate crime
BOLTON Pride scooped a national award for its work in tackling hate crime at this year’s No2H8 Crime Awards.
Representatives from the organisation attended a gala dinner in London, where they found out they had won the Tell Mama UK Champion Award, a special award.
James Edgington, of Bolton Pride, said: “It is incredible to get the award and amazing to be recognised for the work we do and by the police.
Mum Of Sophie Lancaster And Educating Manchester Star Among No2H8 Crime Awards Finalists
The mum of Sophie Lancaster, a schoolboy TV star and a police detective dedicated to ending forced marriage are among those who will be honoured at an awards ceremony for those who fight hate crime.
Winners of the #No2H8 Crime awards, supported by HuffPost UK, will be announced at a ceremony in London on Tuesday evening.
HuffPost UK Joins Quest To Honour Hate Crime Heroes
Those on the frontline in the fight against hate crime are to be honoured at an awards ceremony supported by HuffPost UK.
Nominations for the #No2H8 Crime awards, which aim to recognise those working to stamp out anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, homophobia and other forms of hate.
#No2H8 Crime Awards: Faiths unite to tackle intolerance and bigotry
Anti-discrimination and anti-racism groups honour those who stand up against hate for National Hate Crime Awareness Week.
Senior government ministers and anti-hate campaigners issued their determination to tackle abuse on social media during the annual #No2H8 Crime Award, writes Bringing together distinguished guests from politics, journalism and the charity sector, the national awards ceremony championed those who tackle hatred, intolerance and prejudice in all of its forms.
Nominate a hate crime hero
Nominate unsung individuals and organisations battling anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, homophobia and other forms of hate
Time is running out to nominate unsung individuals on the frontline of tackling hate crime, in an initiative supported by Jewish News and Huffington Post.
The #No2H8 awards will recognise individuals and organisations battling anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, homophobia and other forms of hate and will culminate in a glittering awards ceremony in central London in October.