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National HATE CRIME AWARENESS WEEK #NATIONALHCAW 2019

NationalHCAW Google Map 2019

NationalHCAW 2018

Service at St Paul's Cathedral 2018

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Rose Simkins (Stop Hate UK) and x (Altab Ali Foundation) lit the national candle in memory of Stephen Lawrence and Altab Ali.

Letters of Support 2018

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NationalHCAW Google Map 2018

NationalHCAW 2017

Service at St Paul's Cathedral 2017

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 Kim Leadbeater lit the National Candle in memory of her sister  MP Jo Cox, and those killed and injured in the London Bridge, Westminster Bridge, Manchester Areana and Finsbury Park Mosques attacks. 

Letters of Support 2017

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NationalHCAW Google Map 2017

Service at St Paul's Cathedral 2016

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 Westminster LGBT Police Liaison Officer Tatjana and Drag Queen Ola Jides lit the National Candle of Hope and Remembrance in memory of the 49 people who lost their lives in the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, and the 20 disabled people murdered in a care home in Japan. 

Letters of Support 2016

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NationalhCAW Google MAP 2016

NationalHCAW 2015

Service at St Paul's Cathedral 2015

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Maz Saleem lit the National Candle of Hope and Remembrance for those affected by hate crime in memory of her father Mohammed Saleem.  

Letters of Support 2015

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NATIONALHCAW Google MAP 2015

Service at St Paul's Cathedral 2014

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 Sylvia Lancaster lit the National Candle of Hope and Remembrance for those affected by hate crime in memory of her daughter Sophie Lancaster. 

Letters of Support 2014

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Service at St Paul's Cathedral 2013

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 Jenny Baynham joined us this year to light the National Candle of Hope and Remembrance for those affected by hate crime in memory of her brother Ian Baynham who died after being attacked in Trafalgar Square. 

Letters of Support 2013

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National Hate Crime Awareness Weeks

October 2012

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The National Candle of Hope and Remembrance for those affected by hate crime was lit by Peggy and Carolyn Moore in memory of their son and brother Nik Moore who died during the Admiral Duncan Nail Bombing.

Letters of Support 2012

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London Hate Crime Vigils

13th October 2012

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Fourth London Vigil Against Hate Crime.

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28th October 2011

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Third London Vigil against Hate Crime.

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23rd October 2010

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Second London Vigil against Hate Crime.

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30th October 2009

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The first London Vigil Against Hate Crime was held in Trafalgar Square after the death of Ian Baynham. Click image above to see our archive page.