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  • About us

    ENAR is the only pan-European anti-racism network that combines advocacy for racial equality and facilitating cooperation among civil society anti-racism actors in Europe. The organisation was set up in 1998 by grassroots activists on a mission to achieve legal changes at European level and make decisive progress towards racial equality in all EU Member States. Since then, ENAR has grown and achieved a great deal.

  • Members

    ENAR is about connecting local and national anti-racist NGOs throughout Europe and bringing their voice forward to bring lasting change at European and national levels. We are a strong and dynamic network of over 100 NGOs working to combat racism everywhere in Europe. Our member organisations are our strength : the bedrock of our expertise and the voice of victims of racism and discrimination throughout Europe.

  • Our Work

    Find out about ENAR’s work and our focus on the following issues : equality data collection ; racist crime and speech ; secuirty and policing ; employment ; migration ; Afrophobia ; Islamophobia ; Antigyspysim ; and Antisemitism.

  • News

    If you are a journalist, please contact Georgina Siklossy, Communication & Press Officer : Email : - Tel : +32 (0)2 229 35 77
    Urgent out of hours enquiries (media only) : +32 (0)473 49 05 31

    We can provide or coordinate comments, interviews, background information or audiovisual materials.

  • Publications

  • Get involved

    Whether you have only a few minutes, or much more time and resources to dedicate to a racism-free Europe, there are many ways you can get involved in our work.

    Every single drop of the ocean counts. With your support, we can act more efficiently and make a greater difference towards a more equal Europe.

    You, us, migrants, ethnic and religious minorities and the majority alike, we all benefit from a society where everybody is treated equally, contributes and receives meaningfully in all walks of life. Our collective well-being increases, and so does our level of happiness – the ultimate goal of the Declaration of Human Rights.

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