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The sixth annual Hate Crime Awareness Week - which ran from February 5 - 11 - was supported by local authorities and Greater Manchester Police, as well as other partner and voluntary agencies and communities.
The news comes as National Hate Crime Awareness Week came to an end at the weekend.
National Hate Crime Awareness Week runs until October 21 and is aimed at passengers using the railway network to travel across West Yorkshire and beyond.
Speaking in the Chamber during Hate Crime Awareness week, and as newly published figures show that 2,941 hate crimes were reported in Wales during 2016-17, which is an a 22.
Its report came at the start of National Hate Crime Awareness Week, which will see the conferences and events across the country bringing together police, local authorities and community groups to tackle issue.
The scheme, backed by the Scottish Government, Police Scotland and the Crown Office, launches during Hate Crime Awareness Week and will run until November 26.
The couple are taking part in Hate Crime Impact Day in Colwyn Bay next Thursday as part of Hate Crime Awareness Week.
Koeman and captain Phil Jagielka lined up alongside players including Aaron Lennon, Ashley Williams, Ross Barkley, Tom Cleverley, Gerard Deulofeu, Gareth Barry, Seamus Coleman and Muhamed Besic to record a message highlighting the need for fans to be respectful ahead of Hate Crime Awareness week.
To coincide with National Hate Crime Awareness Week, representatives from an organisation that works with people with learning disabilities and a representative from Sunderland Pride visited South Shields Police Station to see the work officers do to tackle hate crime and support victims.
Which is why she's now decided to talk publicly about her experiences as part of Rhondda Cynon Taf council's Hate Crime Awareness Week.
Redcar and Cleveland Council is raising awareness of its third party reporting centres during Hate Crime Awareness Week to encourage reporting of incidents.