We are thrilled to be working for the third year in a row with Bolton Council’s Be safe partnership and Bolton CVS to raise much needed awareness of hate crime to Bolton’s marginalised communities. Last year we delivered hate crime workshops and awareness sessions to somali women. This year we intend to deliver similar workshops to elderly south-asian women and young mothers. The director of the Foundation; Imam Abdul Hafeez Siddique noted; ‘“Hate crime has no place in a vibrant and cohesive Britain. Therefore we are grateful to our partners for their vital support without which we would not be able to deliver much needed, grassroots hate crime awareness activities to Bolton’s most vulnerable and marginalised groups in 2019. We strive to see a fair and more equal society. By working collectively we can end hate crime.”
Listen to Imam Siddique’s Interview on hate crime with Bolton FM below.