My London bus attack was homophobic and an act of misogyny hate crime - it's time for the law to change
Melania Geymonat was attacked on a night bus in London. She is backing our campaign to make misogyny a hate crime.
In the early hours of 30 May, 2019, I got on the N31 night bus with my partner at the time, Chris. What happened next is largely a blur, but it projected the two of us into the national media spotlight, with even the British Prime Minister at the time, Theresa May, sending her condolences to us.Read more
Hate crime reforms urgently needed as over 1,000 participants in study point to erosion in trust in public institutions
Problems reporting hate crime to the police have been identified in a new study. As the home of the misogyny hate crime campaign, we are release excerpts from the report which will be published in full in the autumn.Read more