How to Advocate for Transformative & Intersectional Policy Solutions to Prevent Hate Crimes

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Past Event

Tuesday, Sep 28, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:45 PM (UTC)

Registration Required
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Government & Politics

Human Rights

UNGA Guide

In this workshop, participants will learn about transformative and intersectional policy solutions to prevent hate crimes.

Within this workshop, we will discuss cross-sector policy solutions that can work to prevent violence and create culture change for a long-term prevention framework. We know that transformative solutions will be a leading effort in our cultural change towards inclusion and justice.

Be trained in how to:

• provide a space for critical conversations with stakeholders from various communities.

• provide opportunities to engage in national research to evaluate the efficacy 
of regional and national practices and policies to prevent hate-based violence.

In this workshop, participants will learn about strategies and practitioners that work at the 
intersections of policy creation against hate-based violence and social service support for survivors and their families.

This workshop is for you if you:

• are interested in preventing violence.

• work with people, groups, communities impacted by hate crimes and other forms of community harm.

• want to learn how to build strong collaborations across sector and issue area.


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