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If you want to practice having some of these conversations in a safe space, you can join the Difficult Conversations Group.
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Staying safe and reporting hate
Engaging people in conversations about difficult topics is only one of the options available to us when we encounter prejudice. Remember, only engage with people if it feels safe. You can always choose to express your discomfort and walk away.
If you experience a hate crime or hate incident should always report it to the Police by calling 999 in an emergency or 101 in a non-emergency. You can also report it online on True Vision: www.report-it.org.uk
For more information about hate crime visit: https://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/hatecrime