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Stigmatising and offensive comments by Belgian Minister Jan Jambon fuel division

18 April 2016 - ENAR strongly condemns recent declarations by the Belgian Minister of the Interior Jan Jambon, which are fuelling stigmatisation of certain communities, and calls for more accountability of politicians and (...)

Networking and advocacy internship opportunity

11 April 2016 - ENAR is looking for a networking and advocacy intern for the period September to December 2016. Deadline for applications: 31 May 2016.

Interview with Djermana Seta on ENAR’s Forgotten Women project

7 April 2016 - Djermana Seta, European research team coordinator for ENAR’s Forgotten Women project, tells us more about the project’s research phase. The Forgotten Women project aims to document the disproportionate (...)

Call for projects on sexism and Islamophobia

1 April 2016 - Projects should contribute to foster cross-group partnerships and develop alliances between the anti-racism and women’s rights movements in order to better address the intersection between racism and sexism (...)

Far-right demonstration in Brussels highlights need for appropriate response to hatred

31 March 2016 - ENAR is very concerned by the lack of strong reactions by decision makers following a far-right demonstration on Sunday 28 March in Brussels, with reports of racist and anti-Muslim chanting, Nazi salutes, (...)

Brussels attacks: unity must win over hate

22 March 2016 - ENAR strongly condemns the horrific attacks in Brussels today and mourns the many victims. Our thoughts go to the victims and their families.

Black people in Europe report widespread racism in anti-immigration context

22 March 2016 - Black people experience widespread racism and discrimination across the EU and in all areas of life, including employment, education, policing and the criminal justice system. This is the conclusion of the (...)

Interview with Intissar Kherigi on ENAR’s Forgotten Women project

11 March 2016 - Intissar Kherigi, ENAR Board member and member of the Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organisations (FEMYSO), tells us more about the Forgotten Women project, ENAR’s latest project aimed to (...)

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