List of Award Winners for the No2H8 Crime Awards – 2017

Congratulations to all of those who were successful on the night on the No2H8 Crime Awards. These are the list of winners and to those who were runners up, there is always next year. Nominations for 2018 will be opening soon.

Public Sector Upstander Award

Dr Nasser Kurdy

The CPS Special Award

Emma Roebuck

Community Volunteer Upstander

Farooq Aftab

Young Upstander

Jack Stanley

Law Enforcement Upstander

Northumbria Police Community Engagement Team

Upstanding Research and Innovation Award

Kim Sadique
Outstanding Contribution Award

Detective Chief Inspector Shabnam Chaudhri – Metropolitan Police Service

Upstanding Organisation

The Sophie Lancaster Foundation

The Jo Cox Award

Stop Funding Hate

Lifetime Achievement Award

Dr David Hoffman

Sheikh Abdullah Award for Intercultural Dialogue

Dr Imam Mamadou Bocoum and Rabbi Jonathon Wittenberg

Tell MAMA Champion Award

Stephen Brookes MBE

James Edgington & Mark Greary

Huffington Post & Jewish News – Media Partners for the No2H8 Crime Awards

We are proud to announce the media partnership of the Huffington Post and the Jewish News with the No2H8 Crime Awards which will be taking place in October.

Both media partners will be highlighting award winners and the No2H8 Crime Awards now has 16 national partners who are supporting this annual event to honour those individuals and organisations working against hatred, intolerance and prejudice.

Both the Huffington Post and the Jewish News will also be attending the evening of the awards and over 200 people are expected to attend and celebrate award nominees and those who are successful in being honoured with an award.

Lastly, the Judging Panel will be meeting in the next few weeks to sift through the numerous public nominations that we have received.

List of Award Winners Countering Hatred and Intolerance, 2016

The list of award winners for the first annual awards for those countering hate, intolerance and prejudice were announced on Thursday the 17th of November 2016. The National Hate Crime Awards ceremony, 2016, took place in Central London and the award winners for each of the categories are listed below.

We congratulate those who were successful on the night and to those who were not, 2017 could well be your year. Nominations will open in May 2017 and we hope that you will all put forward the names of individuals and organisations making a positive difference in communities. More than ever, we as communities, need to stand together and work towards defending core values that bind us together and unite us for the future.

The 2016 Award Winners were as follows:

  • Young Upstander Award: Tamanna Miah
  • Community Volunteer Upstander Award: Rev’d Canon Mark Oakley
  • Upstanding Organisation Award: Communities Inc.
  • Research and Innovation Award: Dr. Stevie-Jade Hardie
  • Media Upstander Award: Awaaz FM Community Radio
  • Local Council Service Upstander Award: Northampton Borough Council
  • Law Enforcement Upstander Award: CC Susannah Fish, Nottinghampshire Police
  • Parliamentarian Upstander Award: David Lammy MP

Special Awards Categories:

  •   Edwin Shukur Award: Mark Healey
  •   Lawrence Brass Award: Caroline Nelson
  •  Outstanding Contribution Award: Bruce Brown
  •  Lifetime Achievement Award: Paul Giannasi
  •  Tell MAMA Champion Award: Baroness Susan Williams
  •  The Jo Cox Award: Presented in honour of the late Jo Cox and her vision and values. This will be presented to her husband, Brendan Cox.