A positive view of ageing

By Susan Ward-Rice, Diversity & Inclusion Officer at Dorset Council In both BCP and Dorset Council areas, the number of older people is above average. In the BCP area alone, there are over 85,000 people aged 65+, whilst in the rest of Dorset the figure is in excess of 107,000 – and those numbers areContinue reading “A positive view of ageing”

Working together to ensure Dorset is no place for hate

By Martyn Underhill, Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner I am proud to be a member of Prejudice Free Dorset and its work to raise awareness of hate crime in Dorset. It brings organisations together with a common goal to help make the county a place where everyone can live, work and visit free from hostilityContinue reading “Working together to ensure Dorset is no place for hate”

Building a prejudice free community

By Superintendent Gavin Dudfield, Chair of Prejudice Free Dorset All members of Prejudice Free Dorset have been asked to write a short blog regarding their roles, any projects they are working on or any current or non-recent issues that may be of interest to those who visit this site.  I have decided to simply writeContinue reading “Building a prejudice free community”

EBYA stars return with new digital show [VIDEO]

The undoubted stars of the 2019 No Place for Hate Conference were the performers from Extraordinary Bodies Young Artists (EBYA). They were, by far, noted as the most uplifting part of the  conference and Prejudice Free Dorset wanted to bring you up to date with what they have been up to recently. Since the beginningContinue reading “EBYA stars return with new digital show [VIDEO]”

We need your input!

We’re looking at commissioning a new Hate Crime Reporting App, as the current app isn’t universally accessible. But before we do so, we would like to know your views! In order for the PFD App to be as useful as possible we want to understand what features you would like to see, and whether youContinue reading “We need your input!”