Jewish News will honour individuals tackling hate crime at a glittering ceremony in London next Tuesday evening.

The #No2H8 awards recognise individuals and organisations battling anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, homophobia and other forms of hate crime.

Conceived by Faith Matters and held with the support of partners including the Community Security Trust (CST), Tell MAMA, GALOP, Stop Hate UK and Stonewall, the initiative, in its second year, is chaired by former CST chief executive Richard Benson.

“It is time to celebrate the enormous capacity for good within our country and which ensures our collective continuing resilience against hatred, racism and intolerance,” said Faith Matters’ Fiyaz Mughal.

Jewish News editor Richard Ferrer said: “It’s an honour to work with such a group of highly-respected organisations battling hatred and intolerance.”