LAUNCH OF 'RESPONDING TO RACISM GUIDE: HOW TO REPORT RACISM & WHERE TO FIND HELP' PUBLICATION & TRAINING , Communications Workers' Union, Thursday, 04. April 2019

LAUNCH OF 'RESPONDING TO RACISM GUIDE: HOW TO REPORT RACISM AND WHERE TO FIND HELP' 
ENAR Ireland is inviting you to the launch of  'Responding to Racism Guide: How to report racism and where to find help' and the training based on the Guide.
The publication will be launched by the Minister for Equality, Immigration, and Integration, David Stanton. 
The launch of the publication will be open for everyone and will be followed by the training session for ENAR Ireland Members, leaders of Minority Ethnic communities and especially those organisations who already are or wish to become iReport.ie Racism Reporting Centres.
Please note that the training is available by registration only as the number of places is limited. You must register for the training separately to guarantee your place.
REGISTER FOR THE TRAINING HERE

ABOUT THE GUIDE
The guide is designed as a supplement to the  of recording and monitoring racist incidents in Ireland. It is primarily a guide for following up on incidents by someone who has experienced or witnessed racism, and/or those supporting them. This guide provides information about how and where to report racist incidents, including racist discrimination, racist crimes and hate speech online, as well as how to go about finding redress and how to use existing legislation to address racism.

Thursday, 04. April 2019, Communications Workers' Union, LAUNCH OF 'RESPONDING TO RACISM GUIDE: HOW TO REPORT RACISM & WHERE TO FIND HELP' PUBLICATION & TRAINING

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