How western governments are being held hostage over the ‘migration crisis’ myth

| 20.12.2018 By Ojeaku Nwabuzo

Far-right parties and groups are destabilising western governments and holding them hostage to their anti-migrant demands. These demands have little to do with the reality of peoples’ lives and certainly not those of migrants who, as our report “Migrants, speak up” finds, just want to be allowed to fully contribute to society.

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From data to perception: an anti-racism take on Antisemitism in the EU

| 9.11.2018 By Claire Fernandez

The 9th of November marks the commemoration of the night of the broken glass, a night of pogroms against Jews in Nazi Germany in 1938. Last year, I gave a personal account of why Antisemitism matters to me. This year I want to explore why it should matter to anti-racism activists and progressives.

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Election day in Belgium – The migrant’s vote for integration

| 26.10.2018 By Zdena Mtetwa-Middernacht

A personal reflection on the meaning of integration in the light of recent local elections in Belgium.

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EU Roma Week: an opportunity to...

| 20.04.2018 By Alliance Against Antigypsyism

Stepping up efforts to tackle antigypsyism – the specific form of racism faced by Roma, Sinti and Travellers – in the EU is crucial to ensure that Roma can finally become equal citizens in European societies.

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