Our Programme Officer, Viviane Marrero, attended the Hate Crime Conference organised by the Kingston Race And Equalities Council in preparation for our UK pilot. In the conference we discussed how we can prevent and reduce hate crime and how we can support victims, as knife crime in the UK has risen by 70% over the past 5 years. In addition, we had the privilege of starting conversations with the great Dr Neville Lawrence (father of late Stephen Lawrence) about our education programme and how its implementation in the UK will help prevent violent crime in London.

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Theresa May reads to Think Equal class

Theresa May reads to Think Equal class

London, December 11, 2020, A Think Equal class in Maidenhead today had a special guest: former Prime Minister Theresa May. Theresa May participated in the reading of “Rainbows in Windows”, a Think Equal book, which was created in consultation with the World Health...

World Youth Conference on Kindness

World Youth Conference on Kindness

On October 24 and 25, 2020, the UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP) and global partners hosted the virtual edition of the 2nd World Youth Conference on Kindness centred on the theme Kindness for Co-existence:...

Think Equal x Mantra Jewellery

Think Equal x Mantra Jewellery

Think Equal is thrilled to announce that we have also partnered with Mantra Jewellery to create the "together" necklace. The necklace is a part of their charity collection, with 25% of the profits donated to Think Equal. It is made from 925 Sterling Silver and comes...

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