On Saturday 24 May, a man gunned down four persons in Brussels’ Jewish History Museum. The police still hesitate to qualify this attack as anti-Semitic and/or terrorist.
The politics of fear are taking the stage in the upcoming European elections in Italy. Immigrants continue to be the main scapegoats, but the final target has changed: it is the Eu
ENARgy webzine: Why everybody in Europe needs to cast their vote for progressive change in the European elections
The European elections are just around the corner, and political parties and politicians propagating racist ideas are getting stronger. The pressure is on to mobilise the vote for
European Commission’s reports on EU legislation against racism and discrimination fall short on addressing victims’ need for justice
ENAR has issued a statement on the European Commission’s joint report on the Equality Directives and the implementation report on the Framework Decision on Racism and Xenopho
Read our new blog post on ENARgy webzine written by Andrea Cerase, coordinator of the Italian Watching Point, established within the Light on project, whose research pictures the b
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