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Participants Wanted For BBC2 Hate Crime Documentary

Participants Wanted For BBC2 Hate Crime Documentary

A planned BBC2 documentary on hate crime is looking for disabled people who have been the target of it to recount their experiences on camera.

The forthcoming programme will also cover the current COVID-19 pandemic and the effect it is having on disabled people.

“I’m a disabled filmmaker and have experience of disability hate crime myself,’‘ said the producer, who prefers to stay anonymous until contacted. “This will be a nuanced documentary about hate crime and the “hostile environment” disabled people experience in everyday life. I’m interested in all levels and types of experiences from all age groups – If you are under 18, we would need to speak to your parent/guardian too.”

If you are interested in taking part please email DHC@hardcashproductions.com. Confidentiality is guaranteed.

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