People First Forum: A safe place for all

For national Hate Crime Awareness Week, Prejudice Free Dorset talked to Amanda Frost and Paul Thomas from PFD member People First Forum (PFF), an organisation which gives adults with learning disabilities a voice in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole. As Amanda and Paul explain, members can benefit from keepsake advice, help if they are victims ofContinue reading “People First Forum: A safe place for all”

A guide to 3rd party reporting

During Hate Crime Awareness Week, Prejudice Free Dorset is raising awareness of the important role third party reporting centres play in combatting hate crime. Is your organisation interested in becoming a third party reporting centre? Watch the video below to hear from Nathalie Sherring, Chief Executive of PFD member Dorset Race Equality Council, about whatContinue reading “A guide to 3rd party reporting”

Kushti Bok: Giving gypsies & travellers a voice

Ahead of national Hate Crime Awareness Week, Prejudice Free Dorset caught up with Betty Smith-Billington, Chair of long-standing member Kushti Bok Dorset. As Betty explains, Kushti Bok is a volunteer-led organisation which helps ensure gypsies and travellers in Dorset have a voice. These minorities are still wrongly targeted with negative labels and media attention, andContinue reading “Kushti Bok: Giving gypsies & travellers a voice”

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]”