Notorious far-right agitator and antisemite Stephen Yaxley-Lennon has arrived in Dublin. The British loyalist and convicted criminal landed early on Thursday morning, saying he invited
The far right blames asylum seekers but the housing crisis is the government’s fault
Anti-immigrant and more specifically anti-refugee rhetoric seems to be at an all time high, if you were to see the many videos being circulated online.
Longford woman says far-right extremists targeted her with anti-migrant poster near her home
A Longford women has accused far-right agitators of targeting her and her family after they erected a National Party poster close to her home. Aneta
Housing Minister accuses migrants of ‘putting a significant strain’ on homeless services
Anti-racism groups and members of the public have roundly criticised the Minister for Housing for blaming migrants for the housing crisis. Fianna Fáil TD Darragh
Defence Forces disciplined sergeant for posting far-right material online
The Defence Forces have disciplined a serving member for posting far-right talking points on social media. The officer made a number of comments on Twitter
Faith of minority communities in gardaí lacking as reports of racist public order offences rise
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).
In the wake of Ashling Murphy’s murder the far right only saw an opportunity
To those who knew her Ashling Murphy was “a shining light”. A national school teacher in Tullamore and a talented musician, she had decided to
Students hit back at racism on campus as DCU’s Mark Humphrys feels the heat
Thanks to a viral Twitter post, students in Dublin City University (DCU) and the wider public were informed that there’s a computer science lecturer in
Kyle Rittenhouse was always going to walk free but the consequences still shouldn’t be underestimated
Kyle Rittenhouse getting away with murder was all but certain. His trial was merely a showpiece; as perfunctory as much as the outcome was assured.
Sophia Siddiqui of the Institute of Race Relations on the importance of ‘politics of solidarity’
Liberal feminism is failing both women and minorities. And this failure is coming at what’s perhaps one of the most crucial points in time in
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
Gardaí called to far-right protest outside home of Leo Varadkar
A mob of far-right activists held a small protest outside the home of tánaiste Leo Varadkar yesterday. The group of roughly 30 protestors accused the