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EU: counter-terrorism laws must comply with human rights obligations

16 June 2021 - Brussels, 16/06/2021 - ENAR, ICJ, Amnesty International, FIDH, and ECNL issue a joint statement calling for the European Commission’s review of the EU Directive on Combating Terrorism’s implementation to (...)

STATEMENT: The Mandate and Work of the EU Coordinator on Anti-Racism

17 May 2021 - Brussels, 17/05/2021 - ENAR and 66 civil society organisations across Europe issue a joint statement on the newly appointed EU Coordinator on Anti-Racism.

STATEMENT: The EU’s Counter-Terrorism measures continue to perpetuate institutional discrimination with serious impacts on racialised groups, ENAR report finds

29 March 2021 - Brussels, 29/03/2021 - ENAR has undertaken a research project to assess and document the Impact of the counter-terrorism and counter-radicalization measures on groups at risk of discrimination and racism. (...)

STATEMENT: the European Commission has jeopardized the integrity of the EU Anti-Racism summit

19 March 2021 - Brussels, 18/03/2021 - ENAR along with over 40 civil society organisations issue statement declaring that the inaugural European Union Anti-Racism Summit is not a safe space for racialised (...)

37 organisations denounce the ongoing harassment against KISA

3 March 2021 - Brussels, 1 March 2021 - 37 organisations denounce the ongoing harassment against KISA and call on the Cypriot authorities to reinstate their official registration as a non-governmental organisation (...)

Open letter to European Commission President von der Leyen: EU Anti-Racism Summit recommendations

17 February 2021 - Brussels, 17 February 2021 - ENAR, EQUINOX, and 80+ organisations across Europe co-signed this open letter to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen with our recommendations ahead of the (...)

On the blog: Intersectionality at the heart of working on violence against women and girls

3 November 2020 - As a survivor led and survivor responsive organisation, whose mission is to provide safety and support to women and girls from non-white communities who are facing issues of violence and abuse, (...)

Hate crime legislation: an intersectional approach to ensure victims’ rights

26 October 2020 - Hate crime legislation in EU countries is often ill-equipped to ensure the rights of victims of intersectional hate crimes. ENAR’s brief outlines why it is important to have an intersectional approach to (...)

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