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Hidden Hate

By: Hidden Hate
  • Summary

  • Hidden Hate is a brand-new podcast from the Centre for Hate Studies at the University of Leicester, exploring some difficult and topical questions about the causes and solutions associated with online and offline hate. Led by expert criminologists Professor Neil Chakraborti and Dr Amy Clarke, Hidden Hate will bring together a diverse range of voices, from practitioners to activists to academics, to share their expertise and experiences and help shed light on some of these invisible issues. Follow @HateCrime_Leics on Twitter for the latest updates. Produced and edited by Chaos Created.
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  • Hating Women
    Oct 13 2022

    In this final episode of Hidden Hate, Neil and Amy are joined by former Nottinghamshire Chief Constable Sue Fish, who championed the addition of misogyny hate crime, and activist Gina Martin, who campaigned for the criminalisation of upskirting and has spoken about her experience of stalking. The team discuss the toxic culture in policing towards women, what it’s like to actually change the law, and what we as a society could be doing better to make all women safer.

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    1 hr and 6 mins
  • Hating Immigrants
    Sep 29 2022

    Neil and Amy are joined in this episode by Gurpreet Sidhu, founder of BLM in the Stix and campaigner for equality, as well as Dr Chris Allen, expert in extremism and Islamophobia. The team explore what exactly is driving anti-immigrant hate and the influence of politics in this space. The issue of racism in the English countryside and tips on being an anti-racist ally are also discussed.

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    57 mins
  • Hating Disability
    Sep 15 2022

    In this episode, Neil and Amy, alongside victims, activists and academics Dr David Wilkin and Dr Erin Pritchard, discuss whether society really ‘hates’ disabled people, and what it feels like to personally experience hostility on the basis of your disability. The team explore their visions for more inclusive and tolerant public spaces for disabled people.

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    52 mins

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