Join the conversation

Twitter is an incredible tool for change. The more people talk about learning disability and autism hate crime, the more attention it will get.

The disability hate crime conversation is going strong, and you can get involved.

Accounts to follow

These are some very active accounts who regularly tweet about disability hate crime. Share and reply to their tweets to join the conversation:

  • StopHateUK
  • HateCrime_Leics
  • IntHateStudies
  • APPGHateCrime
  • No2h8Crime
  • True_Vision_HC
  • NationalHCAW

Remember to follow @DimensionsUK!

Hashtags to follow and use

Hashtags are a great way of showing your tweet it part of something wider and directing people to that conversation. These hashtags are very active and won’t fail to give you lots of stories and information. Remember to use some in your tweets:

  • #disabilityhate
  • #hatecrime
  • #No2Hate
  • #NoPlaceForHate
  • #DisabilityHateCrimeMatters

National Hate Crime Awareness Week takes place every year – this year its 12-19 October 2019

  • #NationalHateCrimeAwarenessWeek
  • #NationalHCAW

Remember to follow and use #ImWithSam!