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Hope not Hate – Premiere Issue Now Available

I’m delighted to tell you that HOPE not hate has just arrived back from the printers and is now ready for distribution. With forty-eight pages of news, views and comment, HOPE not hate is the new bi-monthly, full-colour magazine of the HOPE not hate campaign. I hope you will consider getting a copy.

The magazine is designed to reflect the work and positivity of our campaign. It exposes the activities of hate groups in Britain and abroad but it also trumpets the resilience of communities in overcoming hatred and extremism.

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The first issue of HOPE not hate combines a great balance of exposing hate and promoting hope. We identify the secret millionaire backers of Nick Griffin’s BNP and we report on how Norwegian society came together following the Anders Breivik massacres last July. We profile the radical Islamist Al-Muhajiroun network and we report from Burnley, where local people are finally looking forward to life without BNP elected representatives on their council.

In a special focus on Understanding Radicalisation, I describe how communities are the best defence against political hatred; Nick Ryan explores what motivates extremists and Dr Matthew Goodwin writes on what more we need to know. We also have contributions from Tehmina Kazi, of British Muslims for Secular Democracy, and Kate Allen, Director of Amnesty International UK.

HOPE not hate is priced at £3.50 but we are offering you a year’s subscription for a special rate of just £15. This offer is available for the next seven days only.

Get HOPE not hate at the special price here

HOPE not hate is a magazine whose name was overwhelmingly chosen by you – our supporters – back in January. I hope you will get a copy and join with us to ensure that the message of HOPE not hate continues to be spread far and wide. To that end, I’m also delighted to announce the first batch of HOPE not hate patrons – Eddie Izzard, Meera Syal, Simon Rimmer, Beverley Knight, Fiona Phillips and Levi Roots.

Thanks again for all your support

Nick Lowles
Hope not Hate Co-ordinator

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