The Metropolitan Police Service supports National Hate Crime Awareness Week which launched on Saturday, 10 October, and across London officers will be holding a range of events to get the public talking about hate crime and how to tackle it. […]
The annual Acts Of Remembrance organised by the 17-24-40 National Hate Crime Awareness Week to remember three attacks that terrorised London’s minorities during April 1999, resulting in the nail bombing of the Admiral Duncan pub have been cancelled following the […]
There’s going to be an Act Of Remembrance for the Admiral Duncan bombing
A campaigner from Lewisham who founded the remembrance and hate crime prevention charity ‘17-24-30 No to Hate Crime Campaign’ and started a national week to challenge prejudice has been named a Point of Light by Prime Minister David Cameron in […]
At approximately 6.10pm a group will the walk round to St Anne’s Garden in Waldour Street for a short service in the gardens next to the Triangular Bench (which was commissioned after the attacks to represent the link between Westminster, […]
The missing original plaque dedicated to the three victims of the Soho nail bomb attack in April 1999 has been replaced ahead of memorial event tomorrow evening. We reported yesterday that the plaque dedicated to the memory of Andrea […]
The original Soho Bomb memorial plaque has gone missing according to Mark Healey, the founder of the anti-hate campaign 17-24-30.org, from its position in St. Anne’s Gardens in Soho, London. The memorial remembers the three victims who lost their lives […]
At 6.30pm Saturday 13th October an Act of Remembrance and Renewal was held at St Paul’s Cathedral to launch the first National Hate Crime Awareness Week.
On the 13th October at 6.30pm an Act of Remembrance for all those affected by Hate Crime will take place in St Paul’s Cathedral to mark the first National Hate Crime Awareness Week organised by 17-24-30.