ENAR 2011/12 Shadow Reports on Racism in Europe (EU and country reports)
[20/03/2013] [EU-Weit] [Bericht] [Englisch]
Beitrag von : Integration Expert
Autoren : ENAR
The communities in Europe most vulnerable to discrimination and racism continue to be immigrants and other ethnic minorities, especially Black Africans and Roma. The newer migrants from within the European Economic Area (EEA) also experience hostility. The public perception of ethnic minorities in most countries remains a negative one: ethnic minorities, particularly immigrants or those with a migrant background, are often accused of stealing job opportunities, working for less pay, benefitting from social services, while they and Roma are further blamed for rising crime. Political parties are seen as complicit in promoting negative stereotypes of immigrants and stirring up racial tension to serve their own purposes. It is disturbing that neo- Nazism continues to hold sway in some countries and that in most countries the racist narrative still resonates with the general public.
Source : ENAR