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Combating Racist Hate: An NGO Perspective

  • Shane O’CurryEmail author
Chapter
Part of the Palgrave Hate Studies book series (PAHS)

Abstract

This chapter outlines the work of the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) Ireland as a civil society organisation (CSO) actor involved in combating racism. In particular, it outlines the functioning and role of the iReport.ie racist incident reporting system, some of the challenges of data collection and establishing reporting standards, and our work using strategic alliances and civil society networks to overcome those challenges. It also highlights an analysis of some of the data collected and what this can tell us about racism and hate crime today.

Keywords

Criminal Justice Civil Society Organisation Hate Crime African Descent Risk Avoidance 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.European Network Against Racism IrelandDublinIreland

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