Specialist support available
- Tower Hamlets Hate Crime Team: Hate crime information, advice & signposting service around hate crime to victims and professionals – 020 7364 6120/020 7364 6105 (9.30am 4.30pm, Monday to Friday)
- CATCH- Communities against Hate: CATCH is a group of charities working to end hate crime. They can provide specialist advice and help to people targeted with violence, abuse or harassment because of their race, religion, disability, sexuality or gender identity. You can report an incident and access support here.
- Tell MAMA: a portal where you may address your concerns and record any incident that you experience as a result of your Muslim faith or someone perceiving you to be Muslim. By using their ‘Submit a Report‘ section, you can describe the details of any abuse suffered, whether verbal or physical, and then add in the location of the attack so that they can effectively map incidents across England. They can also refer you for support through partner agencies if you have been a victim of an Anti-Muslim incident. Tell MAMA on 0800 456 1226, or via WhatsApp 0734 184 6086
- The Monitoring Group: Provide an advocacy service for victims of racism. Some of this work is part of the CATCH project, a London-wide Hate crime partnership. We have over 40 years experience of helping people suffering racism in the country, and are one of the leading agencies on tackling race hate crime in the UK. To report an incident click here.
- Community Security Trust (CST) is a charity that supports British Jews who have faced antisemitism. For anti-semitic incidents you can call CST on 0800 032 3263 or report online.
- The Chinese Information and Advice Centre in Chinatown, London has a service to support people to report hate crime. You can drop-in to the service, Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm. Or call 0300 201 1868 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Galop: advice and support to people who have experienced biphobia, homophobia, transphobia, sexual violence or domestic abuse – 020 7704 2040.
- Real disability action against hate crime: Real is a registered third party reporting centre to assist those who’ve experienced disability related hate incidents. They can explain all the reporting options available to you, so you are in control of the choices you make – 020 7001 2177, email email@example.com
- Stay Safe East: Stay Safe East is a unique user-led organisation run by disabled people, providing specialist and holistic advocacy and support services to disabled people from diverse communities in London who are victims/survivors of domestic or sexual violence, hate crime, harassment and other forms of abuse. To report an incident please click here.
- True Vision: A national scheme supported by all police forces in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland providing information to the public about what hate crime is and the ways you can report it. You can also report hate crimes through the website using the online form.
For Medical Students: If you experience of witness this during a clinical placement this should be reported via Report and Support. Your report will be triaged and referred to the Governance Manager and Student Academic & Pastoral Support Office within the School. Guidance on what SMD will do with such reports and the additional support available can be found on the QMPlus module here.
Queen Mary Support for Staff
- Confidential support, which is independent from Queen Mary
- Accessible via phone, e-mail, instant messaging and website
- No cost to you
- Professional consultation, counselling, information, resources and referrals to services in your local area
- No limit to the number of issues you can get support on
This page lists services based in the UK. If you are working or studying outside of the UK at the moment and would like some guidance finding specialist support services near you, please contact: