Police are joining forces with community groups and using technology in a bid to tackle a rise in hate crime.
Hate crime on Merseyside rose by 15% following the Brexit referendum result in 2016.
That figure is not as high as the 29% rise nationally but police are on alert for more incidents as the Brexit deadline approaches.
In Manchester, police are using technology to tackle the problem
This virtual reality headset shows what its like to be a victim of abuse.
It was the brainchild of Fatiha.
Dave Kelly from Liverpool was the target of a hate crime for being blind.
He set up Daisy Inclusive UK to help others, after the incidents escalated.