Where do we stand a good year after the adoption of the EU Anti-Racism Action Plan? Are we still convinced that 2020 created a momentum for change? What EU policy changes are on track? What are the biggest challenges and hurdles for implementing real change? How can the EU institutions support national actors and policies for racial justice? And, what is the role of the EU Anti-Racism Coordinator in all this?
The Brussels Interdisciplinary Research Centre on Migration and Minorities (BIRMM) and the Brussels School of Governance (BSoG) are more than honoured to welcome Michaela Moua, the EU Anti-Racism Coordinator to answer these many questions together with our panelists Julie Pascoët, Senior Advocacy Officer at the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) and Kathleen Van Den Daele, Director at Levl (the network organisation of ethnic and racial minorities in Flanders, Belgium) and member of The Belgian Coalition for a National Action Plan Against Racism (NAPAR Belgium). The panel will be introduced and moderated by Prof. Ilke Adam, co-director of BIRMM-VUB.