Hate Crime Awareness Week 2022

Today marks the start of Hate Crime Awareness Week.  This is a significant week that Prejudice Free Dorset supports every year, because it gives us an opportunity to raise awareness and understanding of what hate crime is and to encourage victims to come forward. Prejudice Free Dorset (PFD) is a partnership organisation made up of localContinue reading “Hate Crime Awareness Week 2022”

‘Uniting businesses to tackle hate crime’ – a letter from our Business Sub-Committee

By Dr. Ray Davies, Chair of Business Sub-Committee, PFD Dear PFD Members and Friends, Prejudice Free Dorset’s Business Sub-Committee was born from the 2019 ‘No Place for Hate’ Conference. Delegates felt that local businesses could play a real part in helping to reduce prejudice in our county. We’re now into the final months of theContinue reading “‘Uniting businesses to tackle hate crime’ – a letter from our Business Sub-Committee”

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]”