DIRECTOR OF THE IRR AND HEAD OF ITS EUROPEAN RESEARCH PROGRAMME.
She has worked at IRR for 29 years. She writes and speaks extensively on aspects of contemporary racism, refugee rights, far-right extremism and Islamophobia across Europe and is author of A suitable enemy: racism, migration and Islamophobia in Europe and They Are Children Too: a study of Europe’s deportation policies. Liz was part of the CARF Collective, and an expert witness at the Basso Permanent People’s Tribunal on asylum and the World Tribunal on Iraq. She is currently an associate of the International State Crime Initiative at King’s College London. Her most recent project, Alternative Voices on Integration in Europe, foregrounded the work of youth groups and innovative anti-racist projects whose initiatives are largely ignored by the mainstream.
Liz Fekete can be contacted via her Assistant, Reem Abu-Hayyeh at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Police database spreads institutional racism (May 17, 2018)
- We may be leaving Europe, but pan-European racism isn’t leaving us (April 16, 2018)
- When Memory does NOT die (January 11, 2018)
- Without racial justice, can there be trust? (September 21, 2017)
- How right-wing media undermined Manchester’s message of ‘coming together’ (June 2, 2017)