ENAR Extraordinary General Assembly 2021

| 8.10.2021

On September 16th, ENAR kicked off its 3-day hybrid extraordinary General Assembly in Brussels. For the first time in nearly a year and a half, ENAR members were able to physically gather as a network and work together to strengthen the anti-racist movement in Europe.

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Institute Circle: Protection and promotion of Children’s Rights in Egypt project...

ENAR network | 29.09.2021

Zavod KROG/Institute Circle, ENAR member from Slovenia provides their project update: Protection and promotion of Children’s Rights in Egypt

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ENAR Chair Karen Taylor speaks at the EU Anti-Racism Summit

| 19.03.2021

ENAR Chair, Karen Taylor, delivers a speech at the inaugural EU Anti-Racism Summit during the panel: The European Anti-Racism Action Plan– From words to action. The aim of the panel is to discuss what challenges and structural discrimination racialised people face in the EU

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Fighting for LGBTIQ+ rights through an intersectional lens

ENAR network | 7.10.2020 By Tadeja Pirih

How Ljubljana Pride Association in Slovenia is applying an intersectional approach in their work and trying to tackle social justice and inclusion in a holistic manner.

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Towards the mainstreaming of intersectional policies in Belgium

By country | 28.09.2020 By Tine Claus

Are Belgian politicians and administrations already familiar with intersectionality and is this already reflected in existing or to be developed policies? This article focuses on the importance of intersectional policy, in particular within the framework of an action plan against racism.

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What intersectionality means for an organisation of women of African descent

ENAR network | 24.09.2020 By Shaban Jah & Fatou Diaby Dansoko

The European Network of Women of African Descent empower women of African descent, black Muslim women and young people of African descent. They give their insights on their approach to intersectionality.

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