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European Network Against Racism
ENAR was founded on efforts undertaken as part of the European Year Against Racism (1997). Between March and September 1998, more than 600 non-governmental organizations participated in discussions, at the national and European levels, about the possibility of creating such a network, its role and functioning. The result was ENAR and its joint action program. ENAR links NGOs responsible for considering the European dimension of fighting racism. It also serves as a forum for information exchange and influences political solutions in the EU through various campaigns.
ENAR fights against racism, xenophobia and religious discrimination; promotes equal treatment of citizens from the EU and third world countries; links local initiatives with European ones; strives to eliminate racist elements from European legislation related to migration policies; and acts on behalf of understanding and appreciation of cultural, ethnic and racial diversity.

Language version: 11 official languages of the European Union
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Contact: ENAR
43 rue de la Charité
B-1210 Brussels, Belgium
Tel.: +32 2 229 35 70
Fax: +32 2 229 35 75