WORKS; PUBLICATIONS &
we are to raise the level of society by eliminating racial/ethnic
discrimination; promoting equality and good relations between people
diverse racial/ethic groups we need to be educated about the law and
people's rights. Here you find some publications to help you on your
Lawrence Inquiry Report Index"
Relations (Amendment) Act 2000"
Lawrence Inquiry Report Chapter 6 (Racism)"
Relations Act 1976 (Amendment) Regulations 2003 implements
Article 13 Race Directive.
Racism in Higher Education Toolkit Project"
Organised Racial Hatred"
Antisemitism is not a static phenomena.
It constantly evolves over time. The "European
Union Agency for Fundamental Rights" (EUAFR) has published a,
Definition of Antisemitism", which is a guide to the current
manifestations of this destructive prejudice. If this
link breaks contact us and we will email you a copy.
in the European Union - Discrimination and Islamophobia".
Again, if this link breaks contact
us and we will email you a copy.
publication is also a worthwhile read - "Using
Internet for Intercultural Training", 2003.
The above "EUAFR"
is an all round excellent source of
information regarding ethnic minorities living in the EU.
PULSE - Great source
of information for anyone
wishing to know about
events concerning the local Black and ethnic minority community. Email or
write to Pulse, C/O 33 Sutton Close, Canford Heath, Poole, Dorset, BH17
WESSEX JEWISH NEWS
- The only totally independent local Jewish magazine. Has no political
stance and is not allied to any synagogue, religious organisation or
or write to WJN, PO Box 6012, Bournemouth, BH1 9AQ.
SOUTH WEST DORSET MULTICULTURAL
NETWORK NEWSLETTER. Click here
for a copy.
MOSAIC 2 - Published
by Dorset Race Equality Council. Click here
ETHNIC MINORITY ACHIEVEMENT
SERVICE BOOKLET for Dorset. Click here
EQUALITY SOUTH WEST SUMMER
NEWSLETTER 2008. Click here
for a copy. To download a copy of the ESW's Contacts Form click here.
Here you will
find general advice such as what to do when you see racially offensive
material on the Internet.
Here is a guide to the law in England and Wales as of
February 2002: "Racially
Inflammatory Material on the Internet". This
document is already
getting on for 6 years old so it is likely to be out of date regarding
the current state of the law. Make you complaint here: The Internet
Watch Foundation (but
you have read the above guide).
The Internet Watch Foundation is an
incorporated charity so I recommend you contact the Charity
Commission if you feel that the IWF is not taking your
complaint sufficently seriously.
than contacting the IWF is to report instances of
illegal activity (such as incitement to hatred) to the police
directly via this website or
the Home Office department responsible for policing and crime, via this
website. Good luck.