The Irish Network Against Racism, formerly ENAR Ireland, is a national network of anti-racist NGOs, which aims to work collectively to highlight and address the issue of racism in Ireland including through the promotion and monitoring of EU and global anti-racist initiatives. ENAR Ireland is the Irish National Coordination for the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) based in Brussels.
INAR’s approach and key strategy is to work collectively as a strong national network and at the European level as the Irish coordination for the European network, ENAR.
INAR recognises that racism operates at the national, European and international levels and that these are all connected.
Through our established networks, ENAR Ireland focuses on work is at the national and European levels while also availing of opportunities at the international level where they arise. This strategy maximises use of our current resources.
European Week Against Racism 16-24 March 2013
Get ready for European Week Against Racism. In Ireland, this year’s theme is “Make hate crime visible – report racism”. See our news section for more info on how you can get involved!
Join us in our campaign to have racist crime recognised in Irish law – Sign our online petition! (Click link on this page)