We are deeply shocked by the death of Pawel Bogdn Adamowicz who tragically passed away past January 13th and express our deepest condolences to his two daughters and wife, whom he had to leave behind at the young age of 53 years. As thrice-elected Mayor of the city of Gdańsk in the province of Pomeranian […]
Another eventful year for the UNITED network is almost over as the end of 2018 is approaching. Populist and far-right narratives all over Europe are on the rise and 2018 has shown that the work of the European antiracist movement continues to be crucial. For UNITED, 2018 has been an active year full of activities and campaigns.
Today, on the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) has published a report into how Jewish communities experience antisemitism in 12 EU Member States – the largest ever of its kind worldwide, pointing to rising levels of antisemitism across the continent.
UNITED is preparing for its campaign for the EP elections in 2019. We count on your expertise regarding the (far) right-wing parties of your respective countries, as well as we invite you to share your ideas to shape our campaign.
Over 40.000 Protesters from all around the UK came together last Saturday to show UNITY in combating racism and fascism. The demonstration was initiated by Stand Up To Racism, co-sponsored by Unite Against Fascism and LoveMusic HateRacism, officially backed by several labour Unions and politicians.
264 signatories from 34 countries have launched a successful call to cancel the invitation of Herbert Kickl to the European Union’s EU High Level Group on Combating Racism, Xenophobia and Other Forms of Intolerance.
It is with great sadness and heavy heart that we announce the tragic passing of our beloved colleague and friend, Vitali Safarov, from our partner organisation Center for Participation and Development and Tbilisi City Shelter, Georgia. His legacy will be cherished by all UNITED friends who had the chance to meet him.
Following the murder of a man with supposedly German-Cuban heritage committed by two refugees, neo-Nazis and other far-right extremists rallied and protested violently in the East-German town of Chemnitz against migration and refugees.
We are startled and distressed to see that for the first time since UNITED was founded, our work has been attacked at the Liverpool Biennial, where the UNITED List of Refugee Deaths has been on display in its entirety.
In a landmark decision, the Constitutional Court of France said that Cedric Herrou farmer was not guilty of a crime when he smuggled migrants into the country because he acted under “the principle of fraternity – a major success in the fight of decriminalizing humanitarian help.