Lauch event to mark National Hate Crime Awareness Week

Lauch event to mark National Hate Crime Awareness Week
 

The start of national Hate Crime Awareness Week was marked with a launch event in Liverpool city centre.
Dr Gee Walker, who set up the Anthony Walker Foundation after her son was murdered, and Holocaust survivor Harry Bibring joined senior police figures and representatives from communities across Merseyside for the event at St Nick’s church.
Also present were Merseyside Police Chief Constable Andy Cooke, Police and Crime Commissioner Jane Kennedy and the Rector of Liverpool, Rev Dr Crispin Pailing, along with representatives from the Michael Causer Foundation and Liverpool and Everton... read more

 
9 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 49
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