On 7 and 8 November, ENAR’s National Platform Coordinators will gather in Brussels to discuss 2015 network and communication strategies.
The first day of the national platform meeting will be dedicated to a training on hate crime. The training aims to acquaint national platform coordinators with hate crime and practices to combat it since civil society organizations are crucial stakeholders to stop hate crime and monitor incidents.
The meeting also aims to discuss common strategies, 2015 objectives and further joint actions which will be discussed during the open debate on 8 November. In order to achieve more effective results, there will be discussions on ENAR’s communications strategy and ways to improve the network’s communication channels, as well as on the network’s strategies, ways to strengthen the anti-racist movement and best practices for projects and funding.
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