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Developing From The Negatives - DFN

Posted by Des Butler on Wed 12/08/15. Listed in Disability Equality NW news

Disability Equality NW is pleased to announce a new project funded through the Big Lottery fund. The ‘Developing from the Negatives’ project (DFN) aims are to make the public aware of what Disability Hate Crime is and how to report Hate Crime.


WHY SHOULD I REPORT HATE CRIME?                

Hate crimes and incidents hurt; they can be confusing and frightening. By reporting them when they happen to you, you may be able to prevent these incidents from happening to someone else. You will also help the police understand about hate crime in your local area so they can better respond to it.

 

HOW TO REPORT A HATE CRIME

Disability Equality NW is a ‘third party reporting centre’. Come and talk to a member of our dedicated staff. You do not even need to give personal details if you do not want to and reports will be treated in strictest confidence.

 

Tel: 01772 558863 ext 2

Email: developingfromnegatives@disability-equality.org.uk

DfN Leaflet


Programme for Preston Learning Disability Week 2015

Posted by Mark Buckley on Wed 10/06/15. Listed in Disability Equality NW news

PLDW 2015 now has a Facebook site.

FB page title to search for is: 

Preston learning disability awareness week 2015



Click the link below to see this year's poster and programme of events...and see you  on

  • Preston Flagmarket

  • Monday June 15th

  • 10.00am


Learning Disability Week 2015 Programme


Learning Disabilities Week 2015

Posted by Mark Buckley on Mon 08/06/15. Listed in Disability Equality NW news

Join Preston Learning Disabilities Forum and members to launch Learning Disability Week 2015 -

on: Monday 15th June 2015

where: Preston Flagmarket

time: 10.00-2pm

  • Mayor Margaret McManus and other Preston Councillors will open the event
  • Stalls confirmed include - Integrate, Spire, DENW/ICANN, Caritas, REACT, Trampolining, Dancesyndrome, NCompass Carers, Police diversity, Assistive Technology.

Other events and activities will be happening all week at other venues.  Details to be published here soon.



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