People listening other group members in the workshop.

The ‘How to be an Ally’ Workshop

On October 19th, as part of National Hate Crime Awareness week, a group of trainers came together to deliver a collaborative workshop.

The “How to be an Ally” workshop took place over an afternoon and was attended by 20+ individuals, all with a shared interest in responding to and reducing hate crime across the county.

The trainers shared their lived-experiences and worked through some scenarios with the group, who came together to offer solutions and techniques on how to be an ally, an upstander, and how we can all make the county a safer and more inclusive place to live.

See the photos from the event below!

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