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ENAR’s speech at the EU People of African Descent Week

14 mai 2018 - Karen Kaneza, Board member of ENAR, gave a closing speech at the public hearing organised in the European Parliament on 14 May 2018, the first day of the EU People of African Descent Week. The hearing was (...)

First ever EU People of African Descent Week honours contributions of Europe’s Black populations

14 mai 2018 - From May 14-17th, the European Union is hosting its first ever People of African Descent Week at the European Parliament. This is a key initiative to increase awareness of the 15 million people of African (...)
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ENAR logo competition

24 avril 2018 - The European Network Against Racism (ENAR) is launching a public competition to create a new logo for its 20th anniversary. Deadline for submissions : 20 May 2018. Who may enter ? Anyone aged 18 years or (...)

EU People of African Descent Week

20 avril 2018 - From 14 to 17 May 2018, the European Union will host its first ever People of African Descent Week at the European Parliament.
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Report launch event : Restrictions on Muslim women’s dress in the 28 EU Member States

17 avril 2018 - This event will take place on 25 April in the European Parliament and is co-organised by the Open Society Foundations, ENAR and the Anti-Racism and Diversity (...)
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Human rights defenders under attack in Hungary urgently need solidarity and protection

13 avril 2018 - The pro-government Hungarian weekly Figyelő yesterday published the names of more than 200 people, including staff of human rights organisations, academics and journalists, that it claimed were “Soros (...)
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Promoting fair and efficient policing for Roma and Travellers in the EU

11 avril 2018 - On the occasion of EU Roma Week, ENAR is publishing a briefing on "Promoting fair and efficient policing for Roma and Travellers in the EU - One step forward to end Antigypsyism". Ethnic profiling by (...)
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No progress in curbing racial discrimination in the European labour market – in particular for women of colour

21 mars 2018 - Despite anti-discrimination laws, ethnic and religious minorities and migrants continue to face racial discrimination when looking for a job and in the workplace, according to a new report by ENAR. Women (...)

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