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Our casual racism against Travellers is one of Ireland’s last great shames

  A house at Ballyshannon, Co Donegal that was destroyed by fire days before members of the Traveller community were due to move in. photograph: thomas gallagher Jennifer O’Connell “Trouble.” “Dirty.” “Disgusting.” “A thorn in the side of society.” These words look like relics of Ireland’s past; they seem to belong to a time when we whispered about “fallen women”, and “improper acts” between men. Now that we have matured into a society that no longer locks up “bold girls” … Continue reading

I’m Against Racism Because … mark International Day Against Racism 21 March

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Free Legal and Union Advice Workshop Sat 9 Feb 11-12.30pm Roden St Community Centre

Thanks to everybody who supported WARN’s Christmas appeal for NICRAS

Forced to Flee 3rd Ed Frequently Asked Questions about Refugees and Asylum Seekers in the North

ForcedToFlee 3rd Edition

Invitation to join WARN in celebrating International Human Rights Day on 10 December

Join WARN in celebrating International Human Rights Day on 10 December

I Am Roma – Celebration of National Romanian Day 1st December 6-9pm Shaftesbury Recreation Centre

WARN screening of ‘How Much Further?’for International Human Rights Day 10 Dec

WARN Screening of Documentary ‘How Much Further’ Mon 10 Dec 7.30pm Falls Community Council WARN Screening of documentary ‘How Much Further’ Invitation to the screening of ‘How Much Further’ on 10 December

When Apologies Are Not Enough September 13, 2012 — Comment Institute for Race Relations Written by Harmit Athwal What are the implications of the ground-breaking report of the Hillsborough Independent Panel for the families of those who die in police, prison and psychiatric custody? Yesterday, David Cameron issued an apology to the families and victims of the Hillsborough tragedy: ‘With the weight of the new evidence in this report, it is right for me today, as Prime Minister, to make a proper apology to … Continue reading

Photos from unveiling of WARN’s new anti racism wall mural