Our vision and mission

ENAR works to put an end to structural racism and discrimination across Europe and make a real difference in ethnic and religious minorities’ lives.

Our vision is for a Europe where there is full equality, solidarity and well-being for all, citizens and residents.

We envision a vibrant and inclusive society and economy that embrace equality and diversity and the benefits of a racism-free Europe.

Our overall aim is to end structural racism in the European Union and to build structures, institutions and attitudes based on race equality and equal distribution of power, privileges and rights.

Unequal treatment and discrimination against people because of their skin colour, religion, culture, nationality, legal status or ethnicity result in poorer job opportunities and greater obstacles in accessing health, housing, education and services. Racially motivated physical and verbal violence against ethnic and religious minorities and migrants not only impact individuals but also entire communities.

These inequalities have a negative impact on the whole of society. Discriminating and excluding talented individuals result in a huge waste of talents and skills, especially at a time when we need to harness our collective full potential to get out of the present economic downturn.

We have decided not to let this go unchallenged: we break down structural barriers and policies that limit migrants’ and ethnic and religious minorities’ opportunities to participate fully in society and have, ultimately, a damaging impact on the well-being of all European residents.

Further reading

- ENAR’s Theory of Change 2018-2021
- ENAR Annual Report 2017
- ENAR Statutes - Official version in French

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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.

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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