Stand Against Racism & Inequality (SARI) is a hate crime charity that provides casework
support as well as signposting, training, educational workshops, empowerment sessions and
equality and diversity consultancy across the West of England.
Alongside their specialist partners, SWAN and The Diversity Trust, they have been awarded
funding by the National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF) for their Every Victims Matters hate crime service.
As well as free, confidential and person-centred casework for hate crime
victims, they are also funded to provide free training and empowerment sessions across
BANES, North Somerset and Somerset.
The aim is to raise awareness on hate crime, build confidence and empower individuals and the community while developing a wider network. They can offer:
Free training sessions for statutory, voluntary and corporate agencies.
Free ‘Twilight’ (straight after the school day finishes) training sessions for school staff.
Free empowerment sessions for residents, service user and community groups.
If you feel that your organisation or community group would benefit from free hate crime
training and awareness please don’t hesitate to get in touch with
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07944888226.