Recent News

Press release

Jul 11 2013

From pillar to post: pan-European racism and the Roma

This week, we publish a briefing paper which documents a growing tide of hostility against Europe's Romani communities.


Dec 19 2012

From despair comes resistance

Asylum-seekers and migrants across Europe are determined to change the inhuman circumstances of their existence.


Dec 6 2012

Which way forward on racial profiling?

A review of the major development in initiatives against racial profiling in European policing.


Jan 11 2012

Germany’s Stephen Lawrence

How can lessons from the Lawrence case be applied to that of Oury Jalloh, who was burned to death in a German police cell seven years ago?


Nov 24 2011

Remembering the victims of Germany’s neo-Nazis

Silent protests to mourn the victims of the National Socialist Underground will be taking place across Germany.


Aug 31 2011

Berlin anti-racist coalition formed as threats increase

In the run-up to the September elections in Berlin, and against the backdrop of a rise in attacks on mosques and Muslims, anti-racists in Berlin have formed the campaign Acting Together - Against Racism and Social Exclusion.


Apr 6 2011

Germany: Campaign to overturn headscarf bans launched

The Berlin organisation ReachOut has launched a campaign to rescind the 2003 Law on Neutrality that opened the way for the German states (Länder) to ban the headscarf.


Nov 4 2010

Iraqi man murdered in Leipzig

Anti-racists in Germany are asking whether the current attacks on Islam and multiculturalism have led to yet another Islamophobic racist murder.


Oct 14 2010

Freedom of speech finally vindicated

The prosecutor has withdrawn an appeal against Dr Sabine Schiffer's acquittal in Germany for slandering a police officer.


May 6 2010

Creating a support network for young refugees

An interview with Mohammed Jouni, a 24-year-old refugee from Lebanon who lives in Germany and is active in the Berlin branch of Youth without Borders (JoG, Jugendliche ohne Grenzen).


Jun 1 2000

Lessons in resistance


Sep 1 1999

Free trade but unfree borders

The economic order established by the WTO, the IMF and the World Bank has given corporations increasing freedom to invest, produce and trade across the globe.