We are proud that Brighton & Hove is a vibrant and diverse city. As a council, we value and encourage this diversity. We also take a leading role to increase equality, inclusion and fairness across the whole of our city.
We do not tolerate hate incidents in our city. Our community safety team works closely with the police and our communities to prevent hate incidents crime and support people affected.
If you have been harmed by a hate incident either as the direct victim or as a witness, our community safety team are here to support you and provide advice.
You can contact our team by:
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- phone: 01273 292 735 (in an emergency, always call the police on 999)
- using our online reporting form
You can also report hate incidents to Sussex Police or call them on 101 if it’s not an emergency.
Supporting EU citizens to stay in the UK
This community groups toolkit gives you resources to support EU citizens to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme
It has been designed to make it easy for you to provide clear and accurate information to the EU citizens and family members you are supporting.
The content includes print and digital assets. It covers key areas of the EU Settlement Scheme including:
- the application process
- the wide range of support available
- the deadline
Information is also available in different European languages
Apply to the EU Settlement Scheme
We want EU citizens to stay in Brighton & Hove
If you have EU family, friends, neighbours or colleagues, please tell them about the EUSS. It’s free to apply, and the deadline is 30 June 2021.
Apply online, or phone the EU Settlement Resolution Centre 0300 123 7379 if you need help.
If you need digital support with your application send an email to We Are Digital or phone 03333 445 675.
Support for vulnerable migrants
To get support for vulnerable migrants contact: