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[INTERVIEW] #MakeItIntersectional: An intersectional approach to equality and social justice

7 February 2019 - In this interview on ENAR’s blog, ENAR’s Julie Pascoët and CIJ’s Emilia Roig tell us why an intersectional approach to social justice and equality is essential to address structural racism and discrimination (...)

Call for researchers – Impact of counter-terrorism and counter-radicalisation

5 February 2019 - Call for researchers – Impact of counter-terrorism and counter-radicalisation measures on groups at risk of racism We are seeking experienced and skilled qualitative researchers to work on a research (...)

Holocaust Remembrance Day: are the lessons being unlearned in Europe?

26 January 2019 - Ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on 27 January, ENAR urges European governments to address all forms of Antisemitism, as Jews in Europe are increasingly the targets of hate speech and (...)

Call for activists: Anti-Racist organising - European Parliament Elections 2019

25 January 2019 - Each One Teach One (EOTO), the European Network Against Racism (ENAR), the European Parliament Anti-Racism and Diversity Intergroup (ARDI), and the European Network for People of African Descent (ENPAD) (...)

New advocacy handbook on refugees’ access to higher education

18 January 2019 - This toolkit was published as part of the Refugee Education Initiatives project, of which ENAR was a partner, and which aimed to facilitate the social and economic integration of newly arrived migrants (...)

Migrants, speak up: what migrants tell us about their experiences in the European Union

18 December 2018 - On International Migrants’ Day, ENAR is publishing a report giving an overview of what migrants tell us about their experiences living in the European Union. "Our life here is a life of slavery" Between (...)

Urgent wake-up call for EU to tackle Antisemitism

10 December 2018 - The findings of an EU-wide survey on experiences and perceptions of antisemitism highlight that antisemitism is pervasive and growing in Europe. ENAR therefore welcomes a declaration on the fight against (...)

Roma rights organisations respond to EU inclusion plans

6 December 2018 - A coalition of more than fifteen Romani and anti-racism civil society organisations from across Europe called for the Council of the European Union, and governments of European countries, to make a clear (...)

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