20th March 2014
Peter Tatchell becomes a patron of anti-hate crime Muslim campaign group 36
12:13 PM — Peter Tatchell has been made a patron of the Muslim anti-hate crime campaign group, Tell Mama.
19th March 2014
Scotland: Mother fined £200 for punching gay son and calling him a ‘dirty queer’ 23
5:21 PM — A mother who punched her son in the face after he came out as gay has been fined £200 by a court in Perth.
14th March 2014
Swedish couple consider leaving home town over third homophobic attack 14
5:58 PM — A gay couple in rural Sweden have said they have considered leaving town after they were subjected to a third allegedly homophobic attack this week.
7th March 2014
NYC: 50 people failed to help as homophobe attacked gay couple 63
8:32 PM — A homophobic attack on a gay couple celebrating their anniversary in New York was witnessed by over 50 people, who all failed to intervene.
3rd March 2014
US: Maryland to vote on trans anti-discrimination bill 1
9:08 PM — Lawmakers in Maryland are due to vote on a bill which would ban discrimination against trans people.
Theresa May: I fear too many people are still frightened to report homophobic crime 10
2:02 PM — Home Secretary Theresa May says she fears too many people are still frightened to report homophobic crime, during a visit to Brighton’s AIDS memorial.
30th January 2014
Comment: Why anti-gay hate crime must come out 6
6:59 PM — Angela Shine writes on why it is important for anti-LGBT hate crimes to be reported, reflecting on a specific example, and says she hopes recent events will lead to a reduction in hate crime.
28th January 2014
Gay journalist undergoes brain surgery after hate attack in New York 3
3:09 PM — A journalist who suffered a violent homophobic assault on a New York street requires further surgery.
14th January 2014
Israel: Attackers in homophobic assault likely to be charged with assault 2
6:10 PM — Three men who led an attack on a group of gay men on Saturday are now under house arrest, and are likely to be charged with assault, police have said.
13th January 2014
TV star meets trans prisoner freed after jail for alleged self-defence in hate crime attack 3
7:51 PM — A trans actress in the US has turned up at a prison to greet a prisoner who killed a man allegedly in self-defence against a hate crime.
10th January 2014
Met Police to patrol Redbridge cruising spots in bid to reduce hate crime 3
2:37 PM — The Metropolitan Police Service has launched a crackdown against homophobic crime in a north London borough by patrolling public areas used for sex.
7th January 2014
South African activists demand action against ‘corrective rape’ epidemic 3
1:07 PM — Campaigners have warned that sexual attacks by men against lesbians in South Africa are continuing to increase.
30th December 2013
Surrey Police defends record amid rise in homophobic crime 5
7:05 PM — A rise in reported homophobic crime in Surrey has alarmed LGBT community activists - with the county's police force defending its record.
Home Office: Homophobic crime down but transphobic crime up across England and Wales 10
11:57 AM — Figures released this month by the Home Office show there has been a fall in the number of homophobic crimes recorded in England and Wales.
23rd December 2013
Norwich pub landlords beaten and abused by anti-gay mob
10:10 AM — A gay couple who run a pub in Norwich said they were punched and kicked by a gang of 15 men recently, in an abuse they have called a homophobic hate crime.
19th December 2013
Photos: Vauxhall walk against hate crime and bullying 1
3:48 PM — At the end of November, over 150 people took part in a walk through London's Vauxhall in order to send a message of solidarity against hate crimes.
18th December 2013
After nearly blinding her dog with a hammer, homophobes say children’s entertainer is next 23
11:17 AM — A children's entertainer who was last week targeted in a hate crime when her dog was hit with a hammer, has again been targeted with violent threats.
25th November 2013
Over 150 people take part in walk to ‘reclaim’ Vauxhall after hate crime attack 5
3:48 PM — Last night over 150 people took part in a vigil, and a walk through Vauxhall in response to a the crime incident a week prior.
European Fundamental Rights Agency: EU hate crime measures should address all bias crimes 2
3:24 PM — The annual Fundamental Rights Conference, organised by the European Union's Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA), concluded that EU measures to address hate crime should be extended to cover all forms of bias, including homophobic crimes.
22nd November 2013
Mayor of Lambeth to take place in walk to reclaim Vauxhall after hate crime threat 6
5:10 PM — The Mayor of Lambeth is to take place in a walk on Sunday evening through Vauxhall, in order to reclaim the area after an attempted attack on a gay couple last weekend.