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HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY - HATE CRIME IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY

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The issues related to hate crimes continue to challenge our understanding of our society and communities. Whether related to religion, race, nationality, sexuality or disability, hate crime poses some difficult questions about how we live with diversity in a national and European space which is evermore diverse.

Dr Paul Iganski from the University of Lancaster explores issues of hate crime. What is its impact on communities today in both the UK and Europe?

This event is being held in commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day.

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