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  • Specific forms of racism

    Five broad “groups” are particularly affected by racism and discrimination : Roma, people of African descent and Black Europeans, Muslims, Jews and migrants.

  • Equality data collection

    Without measuring the extent of discrimination and inequalities in Europe, it is difficult to tackle them effectively. That’s why we are calling for more data to measure discrimination and ensure equality in outcome.

  • Racist violence and discourses

    Every day ethnic and religious minorities face racist crime and violence across the EU. They are not targeted randomly by perpetrators, but simply because of who they are or they seem to be.

  • Advocacy in the European Parliament

    Parties and politicians using and propagating far-right and xenophobic ideas and policies are getting stronger. That’s why we need to ensure that political groups in the European Parliament and MEPs commit to equality.

With the support of the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of the European Union, the Open Society Foundations, the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust and the Sigrid Rausing Trust