Recommendations on fundamental rights of people of African descent in Europe

ENAR and the European Network of People of African Descent (ENPAD) have published policy recommendations on the fundamental rights of People of African Descent in Europe, based on the EU Fundamental Rights Agency survey “Being Black in the EU” .

28 November 2018

The briefing outlines some reflections on the most central findings of the Second European Union Minorities and Discrimination Survey - Being Black in Europe of the FRA and the adequacy of existing EU measures and policies to combat racial discrimination, racism and xenophobia against people of African descent (PAD) in Europe.

- Read the policy recommendations

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