Towards the mainstreaming of intersectional policies in Belgium
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 t
We need to talk about systemic racism in Denmark
In Denmark, there is a long tradition of not wanting to talk about racism and denying how structural racism has been a major obstacle for ethnic minorities.
Unveiling anti-Roma sentiments in Spain. What’s next after Covid-19?
The European Union is founded on the principles of human dignity and equal treatment irrespective of racial or ethnic origin. Upholding this commitment, the European Commissioner f
In France, vulnerable foreigners are excluded from Covid-19 measures
Following the spread of the Covid19 virus in France, the President of the French Republic Emmanuel Macron communicated on 16 March 2020 the containment measures recommended by the
Indonesian interfaith concept: reflections on identity and harmony
Following a visit to Indonesia, Ojeaku Nwabuzo reflects on the concept of interfaith dialogue, its limits and what Europe could learn from this approach.
The case of Shamima Begum: British identity and terrorist activity in the spotlight
Taking the recent case of Shamima Begum, a British national who travelled from the UK to Syria to join Daesh in 2015, who now wishes to return to the UK with her child, we see how
Election day in Belgium – The migrant’s vote for integration
A personal reflection on the meaning of integration in the light of recent local elections in Belgium.
Les stéréotypes ancrés dans l’imaginaire collectif mènent à des contrôles de police abusifs
A l’occasion de la Journée de l’insurrection gitane, Nara Ritz dénonce les contrôles au faciès et violences policières subis par les voyageurs français et un cadr