Author: Gaynor Jarrett

CV Training Afternoon

Do you need your current CV updating? or support to compose a new CV? If so, why not join us on our CV training afternoon on Wednesday 13th September 12:30 till 3:30   For more information or to book your place, please contact us on, 01255 429778  

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Advocate Provocateur

Advocate Provocateur? Given the smorgasbord of advocacy on offer, you would be forgiven for thinking things had never been better within the sector. Yet we wonder if the reality is somewhat different with people not accessing advocacy as easily as they should, and if they do get an advocate are they getting advocates who are … Continued

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‘What Is Hate Crime’

What is Hate Crime? Hate crime is any incident, which may constitute a criminal offence, which is perceived by the victim or any other person as being motivated by prejudice or hate because of a person’s: • Race, colour, ethnic origin, nationality or national origins, includes Gypsies and Travellers. • Religion or faith and can include no … Continued

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SUMMIT is a Hate Incident Reporting Centre.

What is a HIRC? Hate Incident Reporting Centres, or HIRCs, are community venues where individuals can report hate incidents and hate crimes, either as a victim or a witness. A HIRC can act as an alternative place for reporting hate crimes/hate incidents rather than directly to the police. Why do we need HIRCS? According to … Continued

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