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ENAR survey reports appalling living conditions for migrants in Europe

14 December 2017 - New research conducted with migrants in five European Union countries – Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy and Sweden – has revealed particularly bad housing conditions and low life satisfaction. Respondents (...)

Evidence of ethnic minorities’ experiences of racist crimes and ethnic profiling requires urgent attention

6 December 2017 - ENAR’s reaction to the findings of the survey on minorities’ experiences of discrimination in the European Union published by the EU Fundamental Rights Agency on 6 December. Reacting to the findings of the (...)

Anti-black racism on EU agenda for the first time

5 December 2017 - The European Union High Level Group on combating racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance is meeting today and will for the first time discuss the specific racism faced by people of African (...)

Open letter on violation of the right to freedom of assembly and conduct of law enforcement at an anti-Zwarte Piet protest in the Netherlands

30 November 2017 - ENAR open letter to Mark Rutte, Prime Minister of The Netherlands and Ferdinand Grapperhaus, Minister for Security and Justice raising concerns regarding the conduct of Dokkum local authorities and police (...)

Time for EU Member States to tackle anti-Black racism

23 November 2017 - At the United Nations Regional Meeting on the International Decade for People of African Descent today and tomorrow, the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) calls on EU Member States to finally take (...)

Blog: Never again? On contemporary Antisemitism in Europe

9 November 2017 - Despite ‘never again’ promises after the Holocaust, Antisemitism is clearly not a thing of the past. Harmful stereotypes and myths about Jewish people are increasingly materialising into deadly attacks, (...)

Refugee inclusion in the workplace: a guide for employers

6 November 2017 - How can employers create meaningful job opportunities for refugees? ENAR’s latest Equal@work toolkit on refugee inclusion in the workplace supports employers to engage in the process of including refugees (...)

European Parliament takes important step forward to address the fundamental rights of Roma

26 October 2017 - The European Parliament adopted the own-initiative report on “Fundamental rights aspects in Roma integration in the EU: fighting anti-Gypsyism”, calling upon the European Commission and EU Member States to (...)

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