For the past nine years the small anti-hate crime charity 17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign has organised and facilitated the annual April Acts of Remembrance. Two brief outreach events on the 17th April in Brixton, and the 24th April in Brick Lane, and a larger gathering on the 30th April in Soho.
We at 17-24-30 believe it is important to remember those lost, and to stand with those who need on-going support.
We raise awareness of hate crime, encourage reporting and signpost advice and support services.
We are organising this short survey to invite those affected by these attacks to share their thoughts and experiences, to help shape what we do to mark the 20th anniversaries in 2019 and how we deliver the April Acts of Remembrance afterwards.
We will ask;
About the April Acts of Remembrance
1. What is your relationship with these events?2. Which of the three communities do you associate most with?3. Have you attended any of the April Acts of Remembrance?4. Should the April Acts of Remembrance continue as long as there are people who wish to gather?5. Can you explain your answer to the previous question?6. How do you think we should mark the 20th anniversary in April 2019?7. Would you be interested in sharing your experiences with the media?
About the work of 17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign
8. Any feedback our anti-hate crime work?9. Would you be interested in volunteering with us?
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