#EndEverydayHate – Campaign and Competition

Are you a young person who has experienced hate crime? Would you be interested in sharing what happened? Did a bystander step in and help out? Tell the story in this competition and get a chance to win an iPad!

This competition is about sharing the stories of young people about their experiences of hate crime, prejudice or when a bystander has stepped in to help. The entries should be an image and/or caption which can be shared on Twitter and Instagram. Entrants must be 16-25 to be considered for entry to win an iPad.

To enter the competition create an image and/or a caption that describes your story or experience, then enter the competition using the online form here:

All the entries will be posted on the Action on Prejudice twitter and Instagram accounts anonymously during Hate Crime Awareness Week 15th – 19th October where the public can vote for the most creative by liking the post. The entry with the most likes wins the iPad.Boys-on-Bikes-480x480.png

Note: By submitting this form you give Action on Prejudice and YouthLink Scotland permission to share your story and competition entry. If for any reason you later wish to rescind your permission please get in touch with Sarah Robinson Galloway at srobinson@youthlinkscotland.org as soon as possible. Entries close 15:30 on 12th October 2018.

More information

If you need any support because of your experience of Hate Crime or Prejudice please visit Action on Prejudice website Help & Support. If you live, work or study in Fife, you can also report a community concern at: http://bit.ly/eqconcerns

Fife Centre for Equalities is also running a series of information sessions around about tackling discrimination and hate crime. See our upcoming events at: https://centreforequalities.eventbrite.com/