We are pleased to announce that our new co-chairman, Shahid Malik, will be carrying out a structural review of TELL MAMA to build on the existing foundations of our work. We believe that re-evaluating the systems and processes in a complex national project like TELL MAMA is regularly required to ensure that it is fit for purpose and that it is focused on delivering our key objects which include supporting victims of anti-Muslim hate and mapping, measuring and monitoring it.
Many projects that monitor hate incidents do not review their systems and processes and this we believe, maintains the status quo of organisational practices, some of which may not be fit for purpose. Our goal is to be one of a leading number of projects that monitor, map and measure hate incidents and we have come a long way over the last 2 years when the project was founded.
We will be providing regular updates on developments, as well as a public call for applications from individuals with expertise in the field of hate crime work who can sit on our national advisory body.