The European Network Against Racism (ENAR) is a network of organisations working to combat racism in all the EU member states and acts as the voice of the anti-racist movement in Europe. ENAR fights racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, promotes equal treatment for third country nationals, and links local/regional/national initiatives with European Union initiatives.
ENAR’s vision is of a Europe free of racism and related intolerance, where each individual has equal opportunities to participate in society. ENAR believes that the coordinated cooperation of NGOs can contribute significantly to the fight against ethnic and religious discrimination.
Why a webzine?
Developing an understanding of racism in Europe is essential for two key reasons. Firstly, to promote learning and knowledge about what racism and discrimination is and how to combat it, and secondly to generate common tools across the European Union to combat this phenomenon.
The ENARgy webzine aims to stimulate debate on anti-racism and equal rights. It provides in-depth analysis, grassroots experience and best practices on specific themes on a quarterly basis and acts as a policy forum. ENARgy informs readers on issues pertaining to anti-discrimination and anti-racism, with a focus on EU and national developments as well as ENAR members’ activities.
The webzine is a space to exchange experiences and knowledge of anti-racist work, and we therefore encourage readers to provide us with feedback and comments.