For Discrimination or Hate Crime Enquiries, call us on 029 2048 6207


Advocacy for Victims of Hate Crime

Physical or verbal abuse because of a person’s Race, Religion, Disability, Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity is a criminal offence.

If you have been a victim of any of these issues or you have witnessed or experienced a hate incident, we can provide you with support, advice and advocacy to achieve justice.

Our one-to-one support services cover all areas of Wales. However, we may be able to assist you remotely via email and telephone if you live out of Wales.

Hate Crime involves any criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person to be motivated by hostility or prejudice based on personal characteristics including: Disability – Race – Religion – Sexual Orientation – Gender Identity

Further information

For help, advice or further information contact Race Equality First at

or call us on 029 2048 6207.

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Race Hate Crimes reported in 2020 / 2021

Religious Hate Crimes reported in 2020 / 2021

The total number of Hate Crimes reported in 2020 / 2021 (In England and Wales)


Disability Hate Crimes reported in 2015 / 2016


Hate Crimes Reported in 2015 / 2016