Between 16-24 March, UNITED for Intercultural Action completed another successful edition of the European Action Week Against Racism. This year’s Action Week was held under the slogan #TimeToBeUnited with the theme of #FaceToFace meetings.
Between 16-24 March, the European Action Week Against Racism will be marked by activities all around Europe to combat racism and prejudice, bringing people with diverse backgrounds and stories face to face.
This year’s Action Week Against Racism will take place between 16-24 March under the slogan Time To Be UNITED. We believe that now is the time to show that no matter the distance between us, we are all united in our efforts to combat discrimination, united in our goal to create cooperative, diverse European societies. You can find more information about the 2019 campaign here!
The European Action Week Against Racism 2018 is now over. We want to thank everyone who got active during this year’s campaign and contributed to raising awareness on the issue of discrimination and to promoting diversity in Europe!
Responding to the increasing populist and extreme right-wing voices in Europe, the message of the 2018 Action Week is “Diversity – Never Enough!”, aiming to focus on what we have in common rather than what separates us.
UNITED is recruiting activists from around Europe to form a Campaign Preparation Group (CPG) to design, inspire and coordinate our campaign year 2018!
UNITED Press Release 17-03-2017: From 18-26 March, hundreds of activities will take place all over Europe to protest against racism and advocate for open, inclusive, and UNITED societies.
Every year, UNITED coordinates a weeklong Europe-wide campaign around 21 March to protest against all forms of racism and discrimination, and celebrate the diversity that enriches European societies. European Action Week Against Racism 2017 will take place from 18-26 March, with the slogan “Don’t be divided, Stay UNITED!”
Report from days IV and V of the “Moving Stories: Narratives of Migration Crossing Europe” UNITED network conference near Torino.
To mark 21 March, UNITED network organisation Zivilcourage und Anti-Rasissmus-Arbeit (ZARA) published its annual report on racism in Austria.