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    Entries in Prejudice (5)


    Has equality ‘gone too far’?

    Would you feel comfortable if an immigrant lived next door, or if your line manager had a mental health condition? These are some of the questions in a national survey of prejudice and the answers are surprising. How are you tackling prejudice in your organisation?

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    Tackling prejudice-based bullying

    Did you know that 54% of young people have been bullied at some point during their time at school or college? What are the experiences of your students? Would a new resource help you to evaluate your practice?

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    Tackling Hate Crime

    Do you agree that the defining characteristic of hate crime is not actually hate, but prejudice? Did you know that last year, 70,000 incidents of hate crime were reported to police, the highest ever recorded, and this is only a fraction of the number of incidents that actually took place? Are your staff aware of the scale of this problem and the likely impact in your organisation? How are you using opportunities for students to explore hate crime?

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    Removing labels at Ramadan

    Did you know that it takes just seven seconds to build a prejudice based on someone's appearance? This year at Ramadan, Coke invited six strangers to meet in the dark. See what they discovered and how it changed the way they see the world. And while we are reflecting on this year’s Ramadan, how well did you support your staff?

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    How do education providers help tackle hate crime and prejudice?

    Police are reporting a substantial increase in hate crime following the recent referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union. Education providers are not immune - unions and staff in schools, colleges and universities are also reporting a spike in the number of racist and xenophobic incidents, for example. But what are the causes and motivations of hate crime? Can two new reports published by the Equality and Human Rights Commission provide evidence and insight on hate crime and hate speech, how prejudice leads to discrimination and unlawful behaviour and the role of education providers in tackling this issue?

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