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Seattle becomes first city in US to ban caste discrimination
Seattle is also the first city outside South Asia to pass a law against caste discrimination, a contentious issue among the South Asian diaspora.
To build inclusive classrooms, let young people with intellectual disabilities take the lead
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Why Morocco's World Cup exploits will go beyond any game of football
Fatiha Hajjat believes Morocco's remarkable rise to football's World Cup semi-finals has enormous cultural significance for millions living within and beyond its borders.
Minority communities in France fined more frequently by police, report
French police fine people at higher rates in areas with higher minority population, report finds
Fury as Qatar World Cup envoy calls homosexuality 'damage in the mind'
The German government has described as "terrible" comments by Qatari official Khalid Salman who said homosexuality was "damage in the mind" and visiting gay fans would have to "accept our rules".
MEPs call for better funding to integrate and support Roma communities
A resolution has urged member states to address the poverty and discrimination faced by Roma people.
Three French police officers convicted over death of black man in 2015
The officers were all found guilty of the manslaughter of Amadou Koumé.
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Indigenous people from New Zealand to Alaska are reclaiming their heritage by getting facial tattoos, but why now?
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One of the world's smallest countries takes the top spot for LGBTQ+ holidaymakers, Could this island nation be your next destination?
Google unveils new 10-shade skin tone scale to test its AI for bias
Google has been in hot water in the past over racial biases found in its AI skincare tools. It's hoped its new 10-shade palette will help.
In Germany, pro-Russian protesters complain of discrimination
"We organised this protest because many of us Russian speakers, Russians, have been discriminated against and harassed because of our language culture."
New film celebrates Charlie Chaplin's Romani background
Friday, April 8 is International Romani Day. As Roma advocacy groups raise the alarm over discrimination on the Ukrainian border, Euronews looks back at a surprising cultural icon who had a stark message on the treatment of minorities in his own time.
'If you are Black you can walk': Africans are facing racism in Ukraine
Africans have faced racial discrimination while trying to flee Ukraine, but this is not an isolated issue. Systematic racism has set Africans up to receive maltreatment, even in times of crisis.
LGBTI asylum seekers 'facing double discrimination' across Europe
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Schools against discrimination: How Special Olympics movement is bringing wind of change
The Special Olympics (SO) movement is leveraging the role of schools to boost inclusion through its Unified Schools programme.