During the event, delegate will share their views and examine:
The conference will bring together a wide variety of stakeholders. These include government delegates from EU and non-EU states, representatives of EU institutions, civil society organisations, international organisations, as well as anti-racism activists and experts.
Former French football player, 1998 World Cup champion, and anti-racism campaigner, Lilian Thuram, will share his views, what his foundation is doing, what remains to be done and why.
FRA will also present findings from its ‘Being Black in the EU: Experiences of People of African Descent’ report.
Day 1 of the conference is open to all participants. It aims at sharing experience and best practices covering the three event themes. It will also be livestreamed.
Day 2 is restricted to government delegates from EU Member States and representatives of Equality Bodies, National Human Rights Institutions and Ombudspersons Offices from all 27 EU Member States.
The event is organised under the framework of the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the European Union.