ENAR is the only pan-European anti-racism network that combines advocacy for racial equality and facilitating cooperation among civil society anti-racism actors in Europe. The organisation was set up in 1998 by grassroots activists on a mission to achieve legal changes at European level and make decisive progress towards racial equality in all EU Member States. Since then, ENAR has grown and achieved a great deal.
ENAR is about connecting local and national anti-racist NGOs throughout Europe and bringing their voice forward to bring lasting change at European and national levels. We are a strong and dynamic network of over 100 NGOs working to combat racism everywhere in Europe. Our member organisations are our strength: the bedrock of our expertise and the voice of victims of racism and discrimination throughout Europe.
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Whether you have only a few minutes, or much more time and resources to dedicate to a racism-free Europe, there are many ways you can get involved in our work.
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You, us, migrants, ethnic and religious minorities and the majority alike, we all benefit from a society where everybody is treated equally, contributes and receives meaningfully in all walks of life. Our collective well-being increases, and so does our level of happiness – the ultimate goal of the Declaration of Human Rights.
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ENAR’s Equal@work Platform brings together businesses, social partners, NGOs, public authorities and academics committed to diversity and inclusion, to find solutions for the participation of ethnic minorities in the labour market.