Supporting those who experience hate and fear
Join the University Chaplaincy and Well-being teams to explore how to talk safely and openly about mental health and to find ways to combat the emotional impacts of faith hate crimes.
- From: Tuesday 29 November 2022, 12 pm
- To: Tuesday 29 November 2022, 2 pm
- Location: NTU Global Lounge, City Campus, NG1 5JT
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The impact of Islamophobia and other faith hate crimes can have a significant impact on the wellbeing and mental health of those who have experienced it. But, in many of the communities who suffer from Islamophobia, mental health can be a taboo subject. Join the University Chaplaincy and Well-being teams as we discuss how to talk both safely and openly around this issue, and how we can find solutions to tackle the impact of faith hate crimes.
Please note: This event is for NTU students and staff only.