Restorative justice support for hate crime victims in Southwark and Lambeth

Have you, or someone you know, experienced a hate crime or hate incident?  Would you like to get answers about the crime committed against you?  Then restorative justice could be for you.

Why me? are running a hate crime and restorative justice project for all kinds of hate crime in Lambeth and Southwark. 

Restorative justice is a process where victims of crime can have dialogue with offenders in a carefully controlled, expertly-facilitated setting.  It could be a face to face meeting, or a simple exchange of letters. 

This process has helped thousands of victims to get answers about why they became victims of crime, and to get closure for crimes committed against them.

You can find more detail on the project here.

For more information:

Please contact Why me?'s Restorative Justice Development Officer, Tehmina Kazi on tehmina.kazi@why-me.org or 020 3096 7708.