HOPE not hate structure
HOPE not hate seeks to challenge and defeat the politics of hate and extremism within local communities, building resilience against the politics of hate and fear, at a national and grassroots level. In order to maximise our contribution to the debate and comply with all UK legislation, HOPE not hate operates via two separate and distinct legal entities, through which we deliver a range of activities and services. 2014 marks HOPE not hate’s 10th birthday as a national campaign.
HOPE not hate Educational Ltd (HNH Ed) is our charitable wing, which is the main vehicle for the development and execution of our community action & engagement plans, training and educational services. HNH Ed seeks to equip local communities and groups to defeat hate at a grassroots level. We also seek to influence the national debate by providing briefings and training to public policy figures as well as statutory and non-statutory bodies. HNH Ed enables us to make direct interventions during and after challenging events. HNH Ed also publishes regular pamphlets, toolkits, informational literature and analysis about extremists and the politics of hate both in the UK and abroad. HNH Ed was founded in 1992.
HOPE not hate Ltd (HNH) was originally established as Searchlight Information Services in 1986. HNH’s main role is to investigate, expose and campaign against the activities of the far right and other promoters of hate in Britain and Internationally. HNH is also the delivery vehicle of the award winning HOPE not hate campaign which has been the driving force in defeating the BNP in communities up and down the country. HNH is a registered third party for the purposes of election campaigning and is not aligned to any political party.
HOPE not hate Educational Ltd is registered with Companies House (2738367) and the Charity Commission (1013880)
HOPE not hate Ltd is also registered Companies House (8188502) as well as with the Electoral Commission.