54 individual adults and children have been supported by the StreetTalk Brinsworth Team to prevent extremist behaviour including racism and hate crime
StreetTalk is a project to prevent extremist behaviour including racism and hate crime.
The StreetTalk project which focuses on preventing extremist behaviour including racism and hate crime, has been able to support 54 individuals who have been victims of include victims of hate crime, isolation and deprivation. Also an estimated 6,000 individuals are believed to have benefited indirectly from activity focused on cohesion and prevention of hate crime.
In addition anti-semitism and Islamophobia workshops were held.
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