We need your help!

Many people have told us stories of incidents of discrimination, prejudice and hate crime across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire but there is very little information about the true extent to which this affects people in our communities. We need your help to fill in the picture so we can act and build a city and a county that is tolerant, friendly and welcoming to all.


What’s this all about?

The Nottingham Citizens team looking into Hate is led by a group of leaders drawn from the communities most affected by hate crime across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. They have set out to understand the problem, issue recommendations to tackle, and campaign to make them happen because they share a common belief, that every individual is important and no one should be subject to abuse in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. We have commissioned Professor Andrew Kam-Tuck Yip of the University of Nottingham to help conduct the research.


What can I do to help?

Please take a few minutes to answer as many of the questions as you can. All your answers will be treated confidentially, including your personal details, in that they will not be passed on to any other agency and will not be used for any other purpose than to produce our report. The surveys will only be shared with those inputting and analysing the data into specific software. Please note that at all points in this survey you have the right to refrain from answering any question that you feel uncomfortable with or would prefer not to address.

The results of your answers to these questions will be used as the basis for the recommendations issued in our report which we will then campaign to see implemented.


What else can I do?

If you would like to be involved further in our work by being interviewed or taking part in further talks about these issues, please let us know by filling in details of your name, email address and phone number at the end of the questionnaire and we will contact you about how you can get involved. Thank you again for your help! To request a format more suitable for those with learning disabilities please contact