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Hate Crime Symposium

Format: CUES Conversations

The symposium will take the form of a series of conversations between academics and practitioners regarding a specific identity group's experiences of hate crime. Our aim is that the conversational format will enhance the range of accessibility of the debate and lend itself to cross-platform dialogue. Each conversation is, at its conclusion, opened up to the audience for further discussion. Sessions will be 1.5 hours long in total. Conversations will last 45 to 60 minutes with the remainder of the time for questions from and discussion with the audience.

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EVENT SCHEDULE
 

Time Event Converstional Partners
9-9:45am Registration, Networking & Refreshments  
9:45-11am Plenary: Universal Suffering: A Global Continuum of Violence Dr. Barbara Perry, Associate Dean and Professor, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities, University of Ontario
11am-12.25pm Session 1a: Disability hate crime Seamus Taylor: Lecturer in Social; Policy Studies in the Department of Applied Social Studies, NUI Maynooth.
    Jim Winters, Advocacy and Rights Officer, Inclusion Ireland.
  Session 1b: Sectarian Hate Crime Kay Goodall, Reader, School of Law, University of Stirling.
    Pat Conway, Director of Operations and Public Affairs, Northern Ireland Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders, Northern Ireland.
12.30-1.25pm Light Lunch  
1.30-3pm Session 2a: Travellers and Roma hate crime Dr. Robbie McVeigh, Researcher and Activist.
    Martin Collins, Co-Director, Pavee Point Traveller and Roma Centre.
  Session 2b: Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Hate Crime Dr. Marian Duggan, Hallam Centre for Community Justice, Sheffield Hallam University.
    Craig Dwyer, Policy Development Officer, Gay + Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN)
3-3.25pm Networking & Refreshments  
3.30-5pm Session 3a: Transgender Hate Crime Dr. Judy Walsh, Director of the Equality Studies Centre at the School of Social Justice, UCD.
    Broden Giambrone, Director of Transgender Equality Network Ireland
  Session 3b: Racist hate crime Anatasia Crickley, Head of the Department of Applied Social Studies, NUIM; Vice President of the UN Committee on Racial Discrimination.
    Shane O'Curry, Director of the Irish Network Against Racism (formerly ENAR Ireland).
5-5:30pm Closing comments and discussion Jennifer Schweppe and Dr. Amanda Haynes, co-directors Hate and Hostility Research Group, CUES, University of Limerick.

The event is free to attend, but places are limited. Please register to secure your place.

*Speakers are confirmed, but the timetable may be subject to change.