A probe has begun into a far-right magazine after it used its front cover to compare France’s black justice minister to a monkey.
Minute, a weekly
At first peaceful protests by more than 1,000 citizens of southern Moscow turned into bloody rioting on Sunday, when they were joined by far-right
US talk show host Oprah Winfrey is claiming she was the victim of racial discrimination during a visit to an upmarket handbag boutique in Zurich
Cécile Kyenge has been the Italian minister in charge of integration since the end of April.
Despite that – or perhaps because of it – she made
Several of Italy’s top politicians have spoken out in support of Italy’s Integration Minister, Cécile Kyenge, who has been the victim of a series of
Nelson Mandela’s long battle against apartheid is one of the biggest chapter’s in the history of the 20th century.
After his release from prison
Every year, thousands of asylum seekers arrive in Greece in a bid to build new lives but the reality that greets them is often as stark as the one
“Death to the Jews!” “Auschwitz isn’t this way!” “We’re taking you to a free campsite, with heating!” “No return ticket!”
Slogans like these were
In this edition of The Network, we look at the question of cutting funding to the EU’s far-right groups accused of failing to observe fundamental
It is a problem many people face on a daily basis: being judged, badly treated, or even worse, just because of the colour of their skin. There are
Part of the ongoing concern about racism and xenophobia in Europe is the phenomenon of hate speech, a complex issue that has been difficult for
Is a new form of right-wing politics sweeping Europe?
Beyond terrorist attacks and lone wolves like Norway’s Anders Bering Brevik, support for
It was at London’s Wembley Stadium that the Brazilian national football team lost the Olympic final against Mexico last August. The only trophy in
Ida Sandvik Knudsen is a survivor of the Utøya massacre, in Norway, where Ander Behring Breivik killed 77 people in a gun and bomb attack last
The Aboriginal communities of Australia are caught in a vortex of the ancient and modern.
A modern world full of racism, unemployment, poor education
Lviv, one of Ukraine’s host-cities for Euro 2012, is well-known for its architectural beauty, cosy cafes and authentic coffee.
Supporters of the
‘‘Nationalist, anti-immigration and strongly euro-sceptic. The True Finn party made an historic breakthrough in Finland’s recent elections.
Patricia from Lyon asks:
“The revolutions currently taking place in the Arab world demonstrate a thirst for democracy, but for Europeans the worry