Respond to racism
Learn how to address and respond to racism as an individual, an organisation and as a community and how you can help those affected
Report racism and support those affected
Report racist incidents to iReport.ie Racist Incident Reporting System
Report racism, learn about iReport.ie Racist Incident Reporting System and how INAR monitores racism in Ireland
Responding to Racism Guide: How to Report Racism and Where to Find Help
The guide is packed with practical information on where/how to report racist crime, discrimination, racism on line and in the media and how to address it.
Responding to Racism Blog
The Blog, based on the Responding to Racism Guide, is a one-stop-shop online resource on reporting and responding to racism, easily available to anyone affected by racism in Ireland.
Respond to racism as an organisation
Face Up to Racism Trade Union Project
Read about INAR’s trade union project and training focused on addressing racism at work
respond to racism in your community
Witnessing racism in your neighbourhood or your community may be an overwhelming experience, where you may feel stuck, scared, angry and not knowing what to do nor how to support those affected. Hate-fuelled crimes and incidents are an attack on a community’s health. Hate tears society apart along racial, ethnic, gender, and religious lines. Hate crimes, more than any other crime, can trigger community confl ict, civil disturbances, and even riots. To prevent that, similarly as in a case of bystander intervention, we must recognise that all of us, either acting as concerned citizens or as members of community organisations, have power to stand up against racism. Every single act of anti-racism resistance can have a positive ripple effect on victims, our communities and the society.
Anti-racist Community Model
Learn about Canal Communities Against Racism and building an Anti-Racist Community
Responding to racism in a community
Read recommendations and ideas on responding to racism on a community level.
Learn safe techniques to speak up, step in or engage others to help when witnessing racist incidents.