We have produced eight different reports as part of the Leicester Hate Crime Project, including a 'Findings and Conclusions: Full Report', an 'Executive Summary', a series of themed briefing papers and a 'Victims’ Manifesto' for organisations to pledge support to.
We sincerely hope that this body of work makes a real and sustained difference with respect to helping organisations and individuals challenge all forms of hate crime.
This is the full report, containing a comprehensive overview of the findings and conclusions from the project. It has been structured to outline victims’ experiences and expectations collectively, although where significant variations between and within groups have emerged, these have been identified. Read our Findings and Conclusions (PDF, 2.10mb).
This executive summary presents the key findings in concise form. Read our Findings and Conclusions: Executive Summary (PDF, 335kb).
On the basis of the project findings and conclusions (see the comprehensive commentary), the research team has produced a victims' manifesto which embodies the needs and expectations of those whose lives have been directly affected by hate crime. Read our Victims' Manifesto (PDF, 287kb).
If you agree with the principles outlined in the Victims' Manifesto, then you can pledge your support via email.
You can also browse the five themed briefing papers we produced as part of the Leicester Hate Crime Project.