Hidden consequences – disability hate crime

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The Jigsaw project (mcch) are continuing to implement recommendations made by the Living in Fear research group (Autism London, mcch, Tizard Centre and Kent Police) and have launched a new film about disability hate crime to aid educational work in schools.

Hidden Consequences follows 16 year old William as he faces bullying from pupils at school.  It shows how disability hate crime affects people and how it can stay with you for years to come.

This short film can be seen at Dickens World 1730 – 1930 hrs on Thursday 12 November 2015 where you can also learn more about the Jigsaw Project and Medway Youth Trust.

If you wish to attend please contact Charlotte Cook (c.cook@mcch.org.uk) or tel: 01622 722400.

Invitation - Hidden Consequences Launch

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