Get involved

Whether you have only a few minutes, or much more time and resources to dedicate to a racism-free Europe, there are many ways you can get involved in our work.

Every single drop of the ocean counts. With your support, we can act more efficiently and make a greater difference towards a more equal Europe.

You, us, migrants, ethnic and religious minorities and the majority alike, we all benefit from a society where everybody is treated equally, contributes and receives meaningfully in all walks of life. Our collective well-being increases, and so does our level of happiness – the ultimate goal of the Declaration of Human Rights.

  • Become a Friend of ENAR

    As a Friend of ENAR, you will have free access to ENAR’s Weekly Mail, publications and policy briefings, as well as relevant information about advocacy initiatives and EU developments.

  • Volunteer for us

    As a volunteer, you can help us with administrative tasks, translations, data entry, design and editing, specific policy projects, and much more.

  • Keep up to date

    From email updates to social media, stay updated on anti-racism work across Europe. And support our work by spreading the word and sharing our stories with your own social networks, or through your blog/website.

  • Join your local anti-racist organisation

    By getting active with one of our member organisations at local or national level, you’ll be joining thousands of committed and passionate individuals who want racial equality to become a reality in their country.

  • Donate

    ENAR is a not-for-profit organisation and greatly appreciates any donation, big or small, to help fulfil our mission of making Europe racism- and discrimination-free.

Become a member

Are you an organisation working on anti-racism and anti-discrimination in a European country?

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ENAR’s Equal@work Platform brings together businesses, social partners, NGOs, public authorities and academics committed to diversity and inclusion, to find solutions for the participation of ethnic minorities in the labour market.

More about Equal@work


With the support of the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of the European Union, the Open Society Foundations, the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust and the Sigrid Rausing Trust