No Hate Here
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The No Hate Here initiative, originally developed by North Belfast Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP), is supported by the Council's Good Relations department, Intercultural forum and funded by the Executive Office and the Ards and North Down PCSP. Its aim is to support the victims of Hate crime , work in partnership with groups addressing it, develop new initiatives and challenge attitudes. Businesses and community groups will be encouraged to act as safe places where vulnerable members of the community can go for support, presenting a no tolerance approach to hate crime in the borough.
If you need help or advice please contact the Good Relations team:
T: 0300 013 3333
To report a crime call the PSNI on 101
While racially motivated crimes and incidents are targeted at specific communities, they affect everyone. If Ards and North Down is to prosper as a community, then it is essential that all residents feel they have an equal share in the community and that each person contributes and is equally valued.
Within our community we are committed to:
• challenging racism and racist practices.
• creating an atmosphere where racism is not tolerated.
• trying to make sure that anybody can feel safe whatever their nationality, ethnicity or skin colour.
Our community message about hate crime in Ards and North Down
When hate crime happens in an area it causes stress not only for the victims and witnesses, but for the community as whole.
The community of Ards and North Down want to support and welcome all those who live in the borough.
Download the No Hate Here flyer
No Hate Here video
The No Hate Here video supplements the No Hate Here initiative through Council. The video is a product developed with local young people to raise awareness of the consequences of hate crime.
Ards and North Down Borough Council encourage anyone who wants to be part of the initiative to contact the Good Relations team for further information.
- No Hate Here flyer (pdf 197 KB)