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Victim Support Scotland calls for ‘public health approach’ to hate crime
Victim Support Scotland will unveil its 93-page report, Fostering a Victim-Centred Approach to Hate Crime in Scotland, at its first dedicated hate crime conference in Glasgow on 28 September 2017.
The report and conference are part of Victim Support Scotland’s drive for the concerns and experiences of victims to be at the centre of any new hate crime policy or legislation in Scotland.
Embargoed to 00.01 28 September 2017