Irish Network Against Racism

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Ormston House is proud to join the Irish Network Against Racism.

INAR is the largest, dynamic and ever-growing network against racism in Ireland. It includes 112 civil society organisations working collectively to combat racism in our country. As a civil society network, the aim is to find common strategies and policy positions for addressing racism in every sphere of life, to find ways of complementing each other’s work, and to offer cross-community and cross-sectoral support and solidarity.

Part of the core work is in the independent monitoring of racist incidents through the network-owned recording system and its mobile app, which you can download here.

Additionally, INAR is part of the European Network Against Racism, an EU-wide network of NGOs in the EU member states, which is based in Brussels. This helps us bring our voices to the EU as ENAR combats racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, and promotes equality of treatment between European Union citizens and all minority ethnic groups.

To find out more about INAR, you can read the mission, vision and strategic plan here and access useful resources such as Responding to Racism Guide: How to Report Racism and Where to Find Help, the accompanying Responding to Racism Blog and the online resource about Understanding Racism in Ireland on the website.

You can follow INAR on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date with anti-racism work in Ireland and Europe.

Photograph: Priscilla Du Preez via Unsplash.

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