Faces of the Far-Right: Radicalisation and Hate Crime
Baraka Community Association’s events seek to enable informed and open discussions on a range of key issues raised by our communities. Its latest event, Faces of the Far-Right, will provide an overview of the current state of the far-right, explore current trends, themes and risks, and discuss how we can come together to tackle these concerns. The murder of Jo Cox, the Finsbury Park attack, the prescription of the neo-Nazi group National Action and the subsequent string of arrests for suspected membership of this organisation, have all been a testament to the very real and ongoing terrorist threat originating from far-right extremism. These concerns are reinforced by experiences of increased hate crime and Islamophobia as evidenced by the latest Home Office figures. Speakers will include an academic expert on the far-right, a former member of the far-right, and local authority staff working to tackle hate crime and radicalisation on the ground.
For more information, please contact 07500 779 184 or 07825 904 191.
You must register your attendance for this event using the following link: You must register your attendance for this event using the following link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/faces-of-the-far-right-radicalisation-hate-crime-tickets- 39119471392?ref=estw
Light supper and refreshments provided