INAR’s Reports on racism in ireland
Alternative Civil Society Report to CERD
iReport Reports of Racism in Ireland
iReport.ie reports of racism in Ireland
Since 2103 INAR produces the iReport.ie Reports of Racism in Ireland, which regularly monitor racism in Ireland.
Other INAR reports
Facing Facts: Hate Crime and the Criminal Justice System
It also engaged in an in-depth project examining the Irish Criminal Justice System’s capacity to process and communicate data on hate crime. The ‘Connectin on hate crime data in Ireland’ report, authored jointly by INAR’s Director Shane OCurry and hate crime expert Joanna Perry, can be found here.
INAR SUBMISSIONS on racism in ireland
INAR Network Position on Hate Speech Online (2020)
INAR Submission to Facebook in relation to addressing racism online.
Submission to the commission on the future of policing in ireland (2018)
INAR has welcomed the Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland’s report “The Future of Policing in Ireland”, to which it contributed its own submission, and to the submission of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties, “A Human Rights-Based Approach to Policing in Ireland”.
In its submission INAR highlights concerns and makes recommendations for change in An Garda Siochana, notably in the areas of:
- Accountability and Oversight
- Racial Profiling
- Police Culture
- Diversity within the Force
- An Garda Siochana’s engagement with minority communities
- AGS’s capacity to respond appropriately to hate crimes
Submission in response to the Government’s UN CERD Report (2018)
INAR Submission to the Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration/ Department of Justice & Equality on the State`s Draft Combined 5th 6th & 7th Report in Response to the Recommendations of the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
Submission to the ECRI NGO Roundtable (2018)
INAR Submission to the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) in JUly 2018.
submission on Integration, Multiculturalism and Combating Racism to the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality (2013)
Racism occurs at 3 interlocking levels; personal, structural and institutional. INAR and its Membership favour an approach to tackling and monitoring these interlocking levels of racism through a coordinated approach, which is comprehensive,
systematic and holistic, and uses a wide range of measures and instruments. These measures are set out under the headings: Institutions, Legislation, Policy and Practice, and ought to be coordinated as part of a renewed National Action Plan