Survey Aims To Examine Gender In Hate Crime

December 15, 2010

In Britain the government has created legislation and policy designed to combat different forms of hate crime. Victim categories included in current hate crime policy are race, religion, sexual orientation and disability. To date, there has been little discussion about the merits of including gender within hate crime legislation. Now, researchers at Roehampton University have developed a questionnaire to investigate the merits, and the limitations, and would like women and women’s organisations to take part. The survey has eight detailed questions and the deadline is 12th February 2011. You can find it online here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2XZXM3M

source: women’s resource centre (london) newsletter

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