The STAND (Support Training Advocacy Network Development) pilot project brings INAR’s principles of centering lived experience, representation and voice, intersectional analysis, its innovative data systems and community development ethos to harness the opportunities in the leadership potential of minorities. The project will empower minorities to lead partnerships that drive social change through our institutions. It will build on INAR’s know-how and tools for empowering and supporting minorities, build better alliances with civil society groups, and together devise ways to address institutional racism.



Minority Ethnic Activists articulate the need for more advocates to help progress racial discrimination cases through the WRC at the launch of the FLAC & INAR Equal Access Project. Find out more about the Equal Access Project here.


Minority Ethnic activists come together to lobby the Dail to progress Hate crime Legislation as part of INAR’s Love Not Hate Campaign. Find our more about the Love Not Hate Campaign here

MARCH 2022

Minority Ethnic activists peer review the 2021 iReport Data and make a brief summary of the findings of the report. For more information on the 2021 Report of Racism in Ireland, click here.

APRIL 2022

Minority Ethnic advocates complete the Equal Access Project – Anti-Racism Advocacy Training equipping them with skills to help in the progressing of cases through the Workplace Relations Commission. You can read feedback from one of the trainees, Una Walsh, on her experience of the programme here.