Blog – Campaigns

  • CST and CATCH partners lead London-wide anti-hate campaign

    29 May 2019 by CST

    CST is a member of CATCH, the Community Alliance To Combat Hate, which is partnership of organisations from different communities to support victims of hate crimes and ensure they get the help they need. This month, all the CATCH members ran a campaign in response to growing race hatred and polarisation.    

  • Launch of the #WeDeserveBetter campaign

    16 Apr 2019 by CST

    The #WeDeserveBetter campaign is a Europe-wide NGO-led campaign that will run from the beginning of May until 26 May. The objective of the campaign is to improve the tone of online and social media conversations, encouraging better empathy, tolerance and respect in debates and public discourse. The campaign is raising awareness about the normalization of hate speech in public and political discourse, which is preventing critical debates and block us from engaging with people many see as ‘others’.   

  • Standing shoulder to shoulder at the Sara conference against misogyny and antisemitism

    28 Nov 2018 by CST

    CST was delighted to be a part of the inaugural Sara Conference, facilitated by the Antisemitism Policy Trust, at the prestigious Lancaster House, to inspire women to tackle gender-based racial hatred. CST’s Northern Regional Director, Amanda Bomsztyk, CST’s Head of Policy, Dave Rich and CST’s Digital Media Specialist were all in attendance and were joined later by several other staff members at a reception at Downing Street, addressed by Prime Minister Theresa May.   

  • CST supports hate crime awareness events whilst reaching over 1 million people online

    23 Oct 2018 by CST

    This October, CST supported National Hate Crime Awareness Week (NHCAW) organised by 17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign alongside Stop Hate UK. CST attended events and ran stalls around London and produced a successful social media campaign to raise awareness of NHCAW and the importance of reporting hate crime.   

  • #DontLabelMe: CST and Tell Mama digital campaign reaches over 2 million people

    9 Oct 2018 by CST

    Over the High Holy Day period in September and the beginning of October, CST was proud to run a joint digital campaign with partner, Tell Mama, who record and measure anti-Muslim incidents in the UK. The campaign, ‘#DontLabelMe I am Human Too’, was born out of a Europe-wide project, and reached over 2 million people.  

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