No Place for Hate - Hate crimes and incidents in further and higher education: race and ethnicity

This report looks at black students' experience of hate crimes and incident and offers practical approaches to prevent such incidents.
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Monday 07 September 2015, 13:19

Going to college or university offers a truly lifechanging experience for all. Gaining that all-important qualification can be more important for Black students, who face higher unemployment rates when they graduate than their white peers.

Such aspirations can be destroyed however, when students are targeted by antisocial behaviour or crime because of their ethnicity.

Our report contains shocking findings. Of all hate incidents reported, those believed to be racially motivated were the most frequently selected by respondents.

The ten recommendations within this report are designed to offer practical approaches to institutions, sector bodies and students’ unions to prevent hate incidents and crimes that are destroying the aspirations of many Black students.


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