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# enar-ireland - Tuesday 21 March, 2017

Large increase in the number of race hate crimes in Ireland

Anti racism activists said that they are deeply worried by the increase in racist incidents.

# enar-ireland - Thursday 8 January, 2015

Spitting, threats and 32 assaults: There were over 400 reports of racism in Ireland in 12 months

Spitting, physical assault and threats were distributed amongst the range of incidents.

# enar-ireland - Saturday 2 August, 2014

Gardaí urge victims of racism and hate crimes to speak to them

A report yesterday harshly criticised gardaí for their response to racism but the organisation said it does have systems in place and is working to improve.

# enar-ireland - Friday 1 August, 2014

This word cloud shows how racism in Ireland makes victims feel

A report today said 112 incidents of racism were reported in the first three months of this year with young black African males most at risk.

# enar-ireland - Tuesday 5 November, 2013

Protest outside Dáil calls for 'end to State racism' Racism This post contains images

Protest outside Dáil calls for 'end to State racism'

Protesters today expressed solidarity with the Roma community following recent incidents where children were taken by gardaí from Roma families.

# enar-ireland - Sunday 11 August, 2013

Racism reporting website sees reports "flood in" has seen 60 reports detailing racism in less than one month, said ENAR Ireland.

# enar-ireland - Friday 12 July, 2013

From The42 Jason Sherlock helps launch new anti-racism initiative Racism This post contains videos

Jason Sherlock helps launch new anti-racism initiative is a new website set up to encourage people to confidentially provide details of racist incidents.

# enar-ireland - Wednesday 26 June, 2013

Racism rising at an 'alarming rate' in Ireland

Minority reports are meeting with officials in Leinster House later to warn them of the damage being caused to communities across Ireland.