Policy Development

Preventing Racist Violence in Europe

Written by:
Kjartan Páll Sveinsson, Sara Isal, Robin Oakley and Aine Woods
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Over the past decade The Runnymede Trust has taken an interest in preventing racist violence, in particular through challenging racist attitudes with potential perpetrators. Hence, in 2010, The Runnymede Trust coordinated a round-table on good practice, bringing together initiatives from across the EU that are targeted toward the prevention of racist violence among young people.

This report outlines the main outcomes of the meeting, and contains a compendium of successful projects across the different countries, drawing together the commonalities and lessons learnt from the different practices.

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