Wolverhampton Uni - Unsafe for Hindu Students?"
Wolverhampton University is under the global microscope for its inability to provide a safe and harrassment free environment for students of Hindu origin, as a faculty member again targets Hindu's & Hinduism, under the fraying guise of Academic debate.
“It's Brahmins that must be annihilated ... EVR Ramasamy. Comments Dr Dhanda please?”
Dr Meena Dhanda, Professor at Wolverhampton University is organising another online conference supposedly to explore "Caste Issues"and the event description states:
"Join us for a two-day online conference organized at the University of Wolverhampton on 29th and 30th October 2021 as a part of the EU Horizon 2020 project Freedom From Caste: The Political Thought of Periyar E.V. Ramasamy in a Global Context."
To Learn about the global contribution of EVR Ramasamy, click here and read this summary of his incitement to hate and its consequences- EVR Ramasamy sparks the destruction of thousands of destroys Ganesha Vigraha's
Wolverhampton Universitys anti-Hindu Hate Speech initiatives continue... and need to be scrutinised NOW.
In 2016 The British Government published a paper on Hate speech and hate crimes stating:-
Hate crime has a particularly harmful effect on its victims, as it seeks to attack an intrinsic part of who they are or who they are perceived to be: their race, religion, sexual orientation, disability or transgender identity.
Hate crime of any kind, directed against any community, race or religion has absolutely no place in our society…. Rt Hon Amber Judd, Home Secretary
Hate crimes are pernicious; they send the message that some people deserve to be targeted solely because of who they are or who they are believed to be. Such crimes have a deep impact on victims because they are targeted against some intrinsic part of their identity (their race, religion, sexual orientation, disability or transgender identity). Those who commit hate crimes also attack the fundamental values that underpin our diverse society, values of acceptance and respect for others. Through the spread of fear, abuse and violence, hate crime can limit people’s opportunities, stopping them from enjoying the full benefits of our society and can lead to isolation and segregation.
Any crime that is motivated by hostility on the grounds of race, religion, sexual orientation, disability or transgender identity can be classed as a hate crime.
There are three categories of hate crime in legislation:
- incitement to hatred offences on the grounds of race, religion or sexual orientation;
- specific racially and religiously motivated criminal offences (such as common assault); and
- provisions for enhanced sentencing where a crime is motivated by race, religion, sexual orientation, dis ability or transgender identity.
We will only be able to drive down hate crime by tackling the prejudice and intolerance that fuel it. Unless we work to challenge bigotry and to educate young people, hate crime will continue.
At this moment Wolverhampton University has not suspended Dr Dhanda, has not made any announceoment of any action it may or may not be taking despite thet fact that this issue has resonated with Hindu students across the world.
Dr Dhanda's harrassment of Hindus and especially Hindu students, is an act of seeding hate speech; it's clearly motivated by her hatred of Hindu's and especially Brahmins.
If you feel that Hindu students are not adequately safeguarded at Wolverhampton University and would like to communicate your concerns to the authorities at Wolverhampton, please click the "take Action" button below.
|Protection from Harassment Act 1997||https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1997/40/section/2|
|Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006|
|Public Order Act 1986||https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1986/64|