Anti-racism: an integral part of the current migration and asylum debate
By Juliana Wahlgren, European Network Against Racism (ENAR)
In a context where hostility against migrants is being translated into discriminatory practices, combined with violence which is fuelled by hate speech, the fight against racism has become a top priority in the current humanitarian and asylum debate.
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