Members of minority communities who’ve been victims of racism are unlikely to report the incidents to gardaí according to the Irish Network Against Racism (INAR).
Despite what some insist the far left and far right aren’t the same
Whenever the topic of the far right and the threat it poses is discussed somebody will inevitably bring up the left and far left. It’s
UN ‘concerned’ about rise in hate speech and racial profiling in Ireland
Yesterday a United Nations (UN) committee criticised Ireland for failing to uphold its obligations under international law. The Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review
Bray court finds Gemma O’Doherty guilty on three counts
Today a court in Bray, Co. Wicklow found Gemma O’Doherty guilty of resisting arrest, intending to breach the peace, and refusing to provide her name
ICCL argues right to protest during pandemic is ‘fundamental’ but policing has been inconsistent
Protest during a pandemic, the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) has said, is a “fundamental” right which should be upheld and respected. This is
Independent TD calls for state funding for Gript
A member of the Rural Independent Group has called for state funding for alt-right website Gript. Michael Collins, independent TD for Cork South-West, made the
INAR report argues ‘Irish far right fake news industry’ adding to racism problem
The Irish Network Against Racism (INAR) has divulged an increase in reports of racism the public made to it in 2020 compared to 2019. Although
Gardaí appeal for information after anti-mask protestors confront Luas passengers
Gardaí have appealed for information about an anti-mask protest on the Luas earlier this month. Video of the protest was shared widely on social media.
Extremists discussed using COVID-19 as a bioweapon according to Europol
Europol has revealed that far-right extremists discussed using COVID-19 as a biological weapon. According to the law enforcement group, the topic made up a “considerable
Inconsistent policing by gardaí has given extremists space to thrive
In the last 12 months the presence of the far right in Irish society has become increasingly obvious. So much so that even the gardaí
Clashes at far-right rally as National Party leader tells gardaí ‘You are of us and we are of you’
There was a brief confrontation between roughly 150 anti-fascists and 100 members of the far right at a National Party anti-lockdown rally at the Dáil
Gardaí investigating apparent PULSE leak to John McGuirk’s Gript
Gardaí are looking into how a photo of a young transgender woman, apparently taken while in garda custody, was posted online by alt-right website Gript.