This short film, The Harms of Hate, showcases the stories of seven people who have been affected by hate crime.
This award-winning short film, The Harms of Hate, showcases the stories of seven people who have been victimised for different reasons and in a variety of ways. The film highlights a number of themes, including:
- The range of people affected by hate incidents.
- The different forms that hate incidents can take.
- The impact that hate incidents have on victims, their families and wider communities.
- The advice that these victims would offer to people suffering from similar experiences.
The film is appropriate for schools, colleges and Universities, and has been used in training by criminal justice practitioners, educators and health and social care professionals around the world. The film was awarded 'Best Factual Programme' at The Royal Television Society Midlands Awards 2014, and the 'Special Jury Award' at the Learning on Screen Awards 2015.