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Stonewall Cymru's Annual Conference took place on Saturday 31 March and was a huge success.
We were joined by representatives from the Police, Crown Prosecution Service, other safety organisations and people from the LGB community at the Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea for a lively and informative day exploring ways to tackle homophobic hate crime in Wales.
The aim of the conference was to increase lesbian, gay and bisexual people's confidence in the police and court services and encourage hate crime reporting leading to a reduction of homophobic hate crime across Wales.
Have you experienced homophobic hate crime?
Would you be willing to share your experiences and help inform our campaign and lobby work?
If you have experienced homophobic hate crime we would like to keep a record of your story. Very occasionally, and only with your permission, we may offer your story to the media to highlight the issues facing LGB communities.
For more information click here for a link to the case study form where you can let us know the type of media work you would feel comfortable doing.
Click here to download the Conference 2007: Side by Side - tackling homophobic hate crime in Wales report
Click here to download the report apendix
Click here to download the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) response to the report and recommendations