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.
18th November 2013
London to hold annual Transgender Day of Remembrance 4
6:48 PM — The ninth annual remembrance event in London for those murdered and driven to death for being transgender will be held on Wednesday.
Gay couple threatened and forced to take shelter in pub in Vauxhall hate crime 52
5:45 PM — A gay couple were forced to take shelter in a London pub on Sunday evening, after being pursued and threatened by a gang of teenagers who shouted homophobic slurs.
14th November 2013
Study: 238 trans people were murdered across the world in the past 12 months 10
7:16 PM — Brazil and Mexico lead the list for the most reported killings of trans people in the past year, according to the report published yesterday.
5th November 2013
UK: Man who forced victim to drink urine in homophobic attack has jail sentence lengthened by 3 years 6
5:16 PM — The Court of Appeal has heard the case of a young man who carried out a sustained assault, poured bleach over the victim and made him drink urine, in an attack involving "homophobic hostility".
28th October 2013
Chile: Four killers sentenced for six-hour Neo-Nazi killing of gay man 8
5:38 PM — Four men have been sentenced after being convicted of the killing of Daniel Zamudio, a gay Chilean man who died following the Neo-Nazi attack last year.
Chile: Gay man beaten into a coma in homophobic attack 3
3:41 PM — A gay man has been beaten so badly that he is in a coma in Chile, in the latest in a spate of hate crimes to have rocked the country in recent months.
25th October 2013
Police arrest man over ‘possible anti-gay’ stabbing in Chester
10:10 AM — A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following a stabbing in Chester earlier this week, which detectives suspect may have been a homophobic attack.
23rd October 2013
Police say stabbing in Cheshire could have been an anti-gay hate crime
1:07 PM — Detectives investigating a stabbing in Chester which left a man seriously ill in hospital suspect he may have been the victim of an anti-gay hate crime.
20th October 2013
Avon and Somerset Police to launch new films tackling homophobic hate crime 2
11:28 AM — Two new films are being produced in collusion with Avon and Somerset Police in an attempt to raise awareness over the issue of homophobic abuses, particularly in rural areas.
17th October 2013
EC report criticises EU applicants Turkey, Kosovo and Serbia on LGBT rights 4
7:09 PM — A European Commission report detailing the nature of LGBT rights in several countries looking to join the European Union has criticised Macedonia, Montenegro and Turkey.
Chile: Four men convicted of six-hour Neo-Nazi killing of gay man 2
6:44 PM — Four men have been convicted for the killing of Daniel Zamudio, a gay Chilean man who died following the Neo-Nazi attack last year.
16th October 2013
Moscow home of Dutch diplomat attacked with homophobic graffiti 9
12:58 PM — A senior Dutch diplomat has been attacked at his home in the Russian capital by unknown assailants who scrawled the letters "LGBT" on a mirror.
15th October 2013
Study: Three quarters of hate crime victims never tell police 5
5:07 PM — A new study released today by Stonewall reveals that lesbian, gay and bisexual people are still at substantial risk of suffering violent abuse and intimidation in Britain.
Met Police Commissioner warns against ‘complacency’ in tackling gay hate crime 3
2:19 PM — London’s most senior police officer has commented on new homophobic crime research by saying there should be “no complacency” in tackling the problem in London.
14th October 2013
Comment: Understanding the minds of people who commit hate crime 9
7:15 PM — As part of National Hate Crime Awareness Week, Raimondo Carta from the London Probation Trust writes for PinkNews on the challenges of rehabilitating those who commit homophobic and racist offences.
13th October 2013
YouGov Poll: One in six gay people victim of hate crime 2
11:18 AM — A YouGov poll has shown that one in six gay or bisexual people in the UK has been the victim of homophobic hate crime or abuse in the past three years.