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REDS AND REMEDI MARK NATIONAL HATE CRIME AWARENESS WEEK

8 October 2022

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REDS AND REMEDI MARK NATIONAL HATE CRIME AWARENESS WEEK

8 October 2022

Barnsley FC and Remedi are proud to partner up to mark the forthcoming “National Hate Crime Awareness Week” (NHCAW).

Since 2018 Remedi have marked this week with various events around the country highlighting their hate Crime Support Services and awareness campaigns for victims of hate crime. 

On the 8th October Remedi Staff and young people will be handing out leaflets before our match with Exeter City on Saturday. The players will also be warming up in special T-shirts in a joint effort to “Step Up Beat Hate”. 

Nicole Slater, manager at Remedi, said: “Working with Barnsley FC gives us the opportunity to reach more people and highlight the campaign.  

"The club has been very welcoming from the start, and we look forward to use this event as the start of a long-standing partnership” 

Andrew Clark, Marketing Director at Barnsley FC, added: “We are delighted to be working with Remedi who do fantastic work in the local community.  

“With the launch of Together Red, we recognised here at Barnsley Football Club the importance of helping eradicate hate crime and linking up with Remedi will only help further this message. 

“We hope supporters see the messages displayed around Oakwell and help share the message behind the campaign; that hate has no place in our society.” 

About Remedi: 

Remedi are one of the UKs leading facilitators of restorative justice services across the youth and adult criminal justice arena. 

From their inception they have developed a wide range of restorative approaches across the youth and adult criminal justice systems, within community settings and in response to conflict wherever it may arise. This has led to extensive development of family based interventions. 

Their restorativeethos has also informed the development of mentoring support programmes where facilitators are trained not only to be mentors but also as restorative practitioners. 


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