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Our Partnership is proud of the diversity of our workforce and our communities. We strongly believe in fairness for all and celebrate the differences that make the places we live and work in so culturally rich. We remain committed to tackling discrimination in any form including any forms of intolerance towards people of faith. November is Islamophobia Awareness Month, during this month we will show how we are positive about Islam and the contribution followers of the faith make to society. We want to join others in challenging the stereotypes and myths about Islam and Muslims. We will share resources and facts about Islam on this webpage and on our Twitter account @WYHPartnership.
You can read the weekly blogs throughout the month at https://www.wyhpartnership.co.uk/blog
As a values-based Partnership that welcomes diversity, Islamophobia goes against our very principles and against the society we wish to see. We must work together to show that we will openly challenge and tackle all faith related crime, including Islamophobia, through the principles of mutual understanding and co-operation.
No one should live in fear of safely practicing their faith and that we will not accept forms of discrimination. This is not just a legal responsibility but a moral duty too. We hope you will join us in calling out any abuse and faith related crime.
If you do witness any incidents you can report them to West Yorkshire Police. In an emergency call 999, if it is not an emergency you can call on 101 or complete an online hate crime reporting form.
If you would rather not speak to a Police Officer, you can: