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Racism plays a key role in migrants’ exclusion and violations of rights in the European Union

2 May 2017 - Anti-migrant political discourses and exclusionary migration policies are having a disproportionate impact on racialised migrants, according to a new report by the European Network Against Racism, covering (...)

Launch of ENAR’s Shadow Report on racism and discrimination in the context of migration in Europe

20 April 2017 - On 2 May, the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) is launching its Shadow Report on racism and discrimination in the context of migration in Europe at the European (...)

Open letter: Threat to democracy and civil liberties in Hungary

12 April 2017 - Open letter to the President of the European Commission and Chairman of the EPP Group in the European Parliament raising concerns regarding the threat to democracy and civil liberties in Hungary. Dear Mr. (...)

Ahead of International Roma Day, anti-Roma statements in European Parliament and lack of EU response to Roma discrimination: Celebrating a Day is just not enough!

7 April 2017 - As recent cases of racist speech targeting Roma emerged in the European Parliament, the European Network Against Racism calls on the EU institutions to lead by example when it comes to tackling anti-Roma (...)

International Day Against Racial Discrimination: Are EU institutions serious about racism?

21 March 2017 - On International Day Against Racial Discrimination, the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) calls on EU institutions to do more than just pay lip service to the fight against racial discrimination and (...)

EU Court decision on workplace ban on headscarf legitimises discrimination of Muslim women

14 March 2017 - A decision by the EU Court of Justice backing private sector workplace bans on headscarves seriously undermines the right to equality and non-discrimination of women, a group of anti-racism organisations (...)

Internship vacancy

13 March 2017 - ENAR is looking for an intern to join its advocacy team. The deadline for applications is 27 March 2017.

Headscarf Ban at Work in Europe: Questions and Answers

9 March 2017 - On 14 March the Court of Justice of the European Union will decide on the rights of Muslim women to wear the headscarf in the workplace. Find out more in this Q&A. The EU Court of Justice will decide (...)

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