National Project Coordinators’ meeting – November 2016, Brussels
The National Project Coordinators’ meeting will take place on 24 and 25 November 2016 in Brussels, in ENAR’s office.
ENAR will host on 24 and 25 November its National Project Coordinators (NPC) meeting with the representatives of our network who are currently implementing our strategies at national level. National Projects are developed to address issues related to Islamophobia, Antisemitism, Antigypsyism, Afrophobia, anti-migrant racism and community mobilisation in the Member States with an advocacy, communication, mutual learning or campaigning approach.
Our NPC meeting will address both strategic questions and challenges faced by the Coordinators throughout the implementation of these initiatives. However, considering that the counter-terrorism agenda can affect all our communities of concern, ENAR has decided to brainstorm and to enhance the knowledge of its members with experts and other stakeholders during this event on this issue.
Background documents for the meeting:
– ENAR Annual Report 2015
– ENAR statement: EU Counter-terrorism policies from an equality perspective
– Joint civil society statement: Counter-terrorism: The EU and its Member States must respect and protect human rights and the rule of law