• Marie & Gee

    Marie & Gee

    Marie & Gee A short film made to open the Youth Hate Crime Conference we ran in March 2011. It features interviews with Gee Walker and Marie Causer, both of whom lost son’s through Hate Crime.

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  • Merseyside Housing Hate Crime Conference

    Merseyside Housing Hate Crime Conference

    On 8th June 2012, Homotopia brought 12 local housing providers together with organisations representing disabilty, race, gender and religion, Merseyside Police and the Crown Prosecution service to raise awareness of Hate Crime and the role of the housing sector in early intervention and prevention.

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  • Hate Crime and Housing

      A short film made for Liverpool Mutual Homes to raise awareness of Hate Crime issues in the housing sector.

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  • What is Transgender Hate Crime?

    What is Transgender Hate Crime?

    Sister Maria Renate explains Hate Crime from a trans person’s perspective.

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  • Project Triangle Documentary

      In September 2009, Homotopia took 12 young Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender people from Merseyside on a five-day cultural exchange trip to Auschwitz and Warsaw working with a group of young Polish LGB & T people from the Campaign Against Homophobia (KPH). The exchange provided the group with an appreciation of the Holocaust and fate of many LGB & T people and the impact on European and LGB & T social history as well as challenging past and present […]

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  • Racial and religious Hate Crime

      Some young Muslim women talk about their experiences of racial and religious abuse.

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  • The Pansy Project

      Artist Paul Harfleet uses pansies to raise awareness of and challenge Hate Crime.

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  • Sex, Drags & Rock’n'Roll trailer

    A trailer for a short film challenging Hate Crime, made by members of Homotopia’s youth strand “Project Triangle”. This award-winning film is made by and for young people aged 13-25 and was featured at the 2011 London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.  Click on here for the full length 33 minute film.

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  • LGBT people and the armed forces in Poland

    One of a series of short films made by young Homotopians in Poland when they visited the Right to Love youth festival in Warsaw in 2010 and Auschwitz in 2009. Click on Youth & Education to see all the films and the full Project Triangle Blog.

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  • The Invisible Death of Michael

    The Invisible Death of Michael

    A short film examining the lack of media coverage around the murder of Michael Causer (deemed at the time to be a homophobic attack).

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Recent Videos

  • Marie & Gee

    Marie & Gee

    Marie & Gee A short film made to open the Youth Hate Crime Conference we ran in March 2011. It features interviews with Gee Walker and Marie Causer, both of whom lost son’s through Hate Crime.

    Continue reading »

  • Merseyside Housing Hate Crime Conference

    Merseyside Housing Hate Crime Conference

    On 8th June 2012, Homotopia brought 12 local housing providers together with organisations representing disabilty, race, gender and religion, Merseyside Police and the Crown Prosecution service to raise awareness of Hate Crime and the role of the housing sector in early intervention and prevention.

    Continue reading »

  • Hate Crime and Housing

    Hate Crime and Housing

      A short film made for Liverpool Mutual Homes to raise awareness of Hate Crime issues in the housing sector.

    Continue reading »

  •  
  • What is Transgender Hate Crime?

    What is Transgender Hate Crime?

    Sister Maria Renate explains Hate Crime from a trans person’s perspective.

    Continue reading »

  • Project Triangle Documentary

    Project Triangle Documentary

      In September 2009, Homotopia took 12 young Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender people from Merseyside on a five-day cultural exchange trip to Auschwitz and Warsaw working with a group of young Polish LGB & T people from the Campaign Against Homophobia (KPH). The exchange provided the group with an appreciation of the Holocaust and fate of many LGB & T people and the impact on European and LGB & T social history as well as challenging past and present […]

    Continue reading »

  • Racial and religious Hate Crime

    Racial and religious Hate Crime

      Some young Muslim women talk about their experiences of racial and religious abuse.

    Continue reading »

  •  
  • The Pansy Project

    The Pansy Project

      Artist Paul Harfleet uses pansies to raise awareness of and challenge Hate Crime.

    Continue reading »