App App is here!

Download INAR’s new smartphone app for Android and Apple to report racist incident instantly from your phone.

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The Racist Incident Reporting System, INAR’s flagship project, was launched in July 2013 to allow the people, communities, and organisations of Ireland to confidentially report racism nationwide.

We are pleased to make the service available as the smartphone app for the first time for 2020, and we hope it will make it easier for everyone to report racism in Ireland. Watch a specially-made cinema advert promoting the app below. 


Watch a specially-made cinema advert promoting smartphone app and reporting racism. Make sure to watch it with the sound on.

WARNING: This video contains explicit language some viewers may find upsetting. 

Download the iReport App

Report racist incidents instantly from your mobile phone through the App.

FREE DOWNLOAD App: the Features

Have a look below what’s inside our iReport App. 

    REPOrt racism instantly
    Report racist incident instantly from your phone with a few clicks.
    Upload photos,videos & other files

    The app allows you upload photos, videos, pdfs and any other file directly from your phone.

    Get the copy of your report
    Keep a record of your report by getting a copy of it directly into your inbox.
    Find redress and possible routes of reporting various forms of racism in Ireland, such as racist crime, discrimination or racism online by accessing our Responding to Racism Guide, now available to downlad directly from the app.

    Know your rights: REPORT RACISM

    Regardless of your background, you have the right to equal treatment at work, equal access to services and the delivery of these services free from discrimination, racism or prejudice based on your nationality, ethnic background, religion, membership of the Traveller community or skin colour.

    Whether you yourself have experienced racism, witnessed it happening to someone else or came across it online, it is important to take action, report it and make a formal complaint, even in cases where taking a legal route may prove challenging.

    If you believe the content or behaviour you are reporting is prohibited in Ireland, please contact relevant authorities listed in Responding to Racism Guide, so they can accurately assess the content or behaviour for possible violations of law.

    If you encounter an incident which constitutes a serious crime, or if you believe there is a serious and immediate threat to someone’s life or wellbeing, we strongly encourage you to report these immediately to An Garda Síochána.

    We encourage the reporting of ALL types of racist incidents to and relevant bodies and we hope that this guide will make this process easier and clearer for you.



    If you are affected by racism either as a victim or as a witness, you can report all racist incidents it to the Racist Incident Reporting System, INAR’s flagship project, was launched in July 2013. It allows individuals, communities, and organisations to confidentially report racism in Ireland from any online device. 

    iReport Reporting Centres

    Find the Reporting Centre to report a racist incident and find support


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