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On the blog: De l’esclavage aux réparations

23 August 2019 - A l’occasion du 23 août, Journée internationale du souvenir de la traite négrière et de son abolition, Ghyslain Vedeux et Louis-Georges Tin partagent leurs réflexions et leurs actions sur la question de (...)

On the blog: Radicalisation in a new light: from security to social inclusion and equality

23 July 2019 - A European research project questions the concept of radicalisation, its use in the mainstream discourse and its impacts on the most vulnerable groups. It does not have a security angle, but a real social (...)

Alliance against Antigypsyism recommendations to combat antigypsyism in future EU and national policies

23 July 2019 - The Alliance against Antigypsyism has recently published two policy papers, putting forward recommendations to combat antigypsyism in future EU and national policies, as well as concrete measures to combat (...)

Vacancy for an Impact & Process Officer

22 July 2019 - ENAR is recruiting a full-time Impact and Process Officer. Deadline for applications: 30 August 2019 (midnight Central European Time).

ENAR’s Annual Report 2018 is out

21 July 2019 - Find out about our activities and the impact of our work during 2018 in our key areas of work, including equality data collection, employment, racist crime and speech, security, migration and combating (...)

New European Commission President needs to address racism

12 July 2019 - Ahead of the European Parliament’s vote on the nominated President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, on 16 July, ENAR highlights the need for urgent action to combat racism in the European (...)

New policy briefs on radicalisation and equality research

20 June 2019 - The Dialogue About Radicalisation and Equality (DARE) project, of which ENAR is a partner, has published two policy briefs on youth radicalisation and inequality, and the effectiveness of (...)

ENAR’s General Assembly 2019: Solidarity & Movement

14 June 2019 - This year’s General Assembly will take place on 20-22 June 2019 in Brussels, Belgium, and focus on Solidarity & Movement.

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