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# racism in ireland

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Opinion: The State must foster an anti-racist culture in public institutions
Sinéad Gibney of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission says State bodies play a major role in stamping out racism in Ireland.
# racism in ireland
Racist incidents reach record number amid pandemic and rise of 'far right fake news'
A report has noted that Irish “far right scammers” are adept at inciting hatred against groups and individuals.
'Call out racism - being 'no craic' for two minutes is worth it'
Although this might seem like a “trending” topic, racism is a part of my everyday reality and with your voices we can drown out the racists, writes Tobi Lawal.
'I live in Direct Provision and our kids are not immune to racial discrimination'
Owodunni Ola Mustapha tells her own story and that of the children in DP who have suffered racist abuse.
# speak out
'Go back to your cotton fields' - Kerry An Ghaeltacht footballer on experience with racism
Franz Sauerland is the latest athlete to speak out.
# Changes
Overhaul of Direct Provision system recommended by expert group tasked with improving residents' welfare
Direct Provision was set up as a temporary measure in 1999.
# Dáil
Varadkar: 'Racism too is a virus... We don't need to look across the Atlantic to find racism'
The Taoiseach today spoke at length about racism at home and abroad in the wake of the killing of George Floyd.
'Racism is the knee on our neck, making it hard to breathe'
Seeing that police man kneeling George Floyd’s neck, that’s an image of what it feels like living in Ireland sometimes, writes anti-racism activist Diane Ihirwe.
# direct provision
Taoiseach says racist 'scaremongering' in communities needs to be called out
Defending Direct provision, he said it ‘is an imperfect system, but not an inhumane one’.
# racism in ireland
'A girl of African origin had a banana rubbed into her face': NTA launches new anti-racism campaign
A new anti-racist campaign was launched at Heuston station where trains, the Luas, and Dublin Bus operate from.
# úna-minh
This Gaeilgeoir had the best response for a man who questioned her 'Irishness'
That Irish enough for ya?
Racism is fact of life for all minorities in Ireland
We need to face up to the reality that racism and racial violence exists in our country.