Dudley Centre for Inclusive Living hosts course about hate crime against disabled people

Posted by on November 26, 2013 in Active & Supportive Communities, Home Page, My Support My Money | 0 comments

Dudley Cil, the centre for inclusive living is holding a course about hate crime against disabled people on 6 December at Insight House Brierley Hill.   Registration is at 0945 with the course from 10-4pm.

What will you learn?
When does a crime become a hate/mate crime, what you can do about it, who you can tell and where to get help.

To book please email enquiries@dudleycil.org.uk   before Friday 29 November, and say how many places you need what access requirements you have eg easy read, braille large print or BSL and how many people are disabled/long-term sick. priority is given to disabled people or voluntary carers eg family member.

The course is funded by the Police and Crime commissioner for the West Midlands and is delivered by Daisy Inclusive uk.

For any other queries please call Ken or Tracy on 01384-348095


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