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New Mobile App Helps to Report, Track Hate


A new phone app has been launched by Vodafone’s charitable arm to help LGBTQIA+ people report hate crimes.  Zoteria takes its name from the Greek goddess of safety and deliverance from harm.  QX Magazine takes up the story and says “Zoteria enables people to report hate crime incidents, either against themselves or on behalf of someone else, and access support from LGBTQ+ charities. It also aims to improve the reporting of trends relating to LGBTQ+ hate crime and so build a more accurate picture of the issue across the UK. Zoteria is free to download via app stores now”.  The app was developed by Vodafone employee Marta Lima based in London.  Marta explained that the app was designed to allow not just for better reporting, but also to allow better pictures to be built up of the extent of hate crime and its perpetrators, the better to build justice.

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