Campaign with #NoHateEP2014
ENAR and ILGA-Europe have joined forces in campaign initiatives between LGBTI and anti-racist organisations ahead of the European election 2014
Racist symbols and discourses: from Essentialist to Far-right racism
Read our new blog post on ENARgy webzine written by Andrea Cerase, coordinator of the Italian Watching Point, established within the Light on project, whose research pictures the b
Where next after the Hungarian election?
By Marcell Lőrincz – National elections took place in Hungary on 6 April and the final results have now been made public. While the coalition of political parties on the lef
Demand Catalogue for People of African Descent and Black Europeans
The Initiative Black People in Germany publishes together with the organisations which took part in the European Network Meeting for People of African Descent & Black European
ENAR signed the EUPHA Granada declaration
ENAR signed the European Public Health Association (EUPHA) Granada Declaration for a better protection of migrants’ and ethnic minorities’ health.
I have a hope! I believe in Roma inclusion!
Read the new blog post on ENARgy webzine written by Lola Hasani, a 24-year-old Roma from Macedonia. She issues a message of hope on the occasion of the International Roma Day that
Hate speech, not Europe, tops agenda in French EU vote
BY DAVON HENRY – On 4 April, Marine Le Pen, the head of the Front National, France’s far-right party, said that her party “will not accept any religious demands f
Special Report: From Hungary, far-right party spreads ideology, tactics
In a rented public hall not far from Poland’s parliament, about 150 people gathered one afternoon late last year to hear speeches by a collection of far-right leaders from ar
Racist violence and discourses
What is at stake? 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
Violence against Roma on the rise, says Amnesty
Hate crimes and violence against the EU’s largest minority are on the rise, according to an Amnesty International report out on Tuesday (8 April).