Revisiting the Harms of Hate
What kinds of harms do hate crimes pose? And how do experiences of, and reactions to those harms evolve during times of extraordinary political, social and economic change?
Ten years on from producing the award-winning film The Harms of Hate, Professor Neil Chakraborti re-connects with original film participants and other victims of hate crime to assess how their experiences have been affected by a decade characterised by hostility, volatility and toxicity.
Revisiting the Harms of Hate, a new Leverhulme Trust-funded film, centres the voices of people typically considered as members of ‘hard-to-reach’ groups – or perhaps more pertinently ‘easy to ignore’. Introducing the film alongside Professor Chakraborti is his ‘Hidden Hate’ podcast co-host Dr Amy Clarke, and two special guests to record a live episode that explores some key themes of the film. We’ll also hear directly from some of the film participants and the film-maker about their experiences.
This event is open to those aged 18 and over only