Forty-six years ago, 69 Black demonstrators were massacred in Sharpeville, South Africa. The 21st of March has been since consecrated “International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.” While this is undeniably an opportunity to recall the European Union’s noteworthy advances in this area, having provided efficient tools to legislate against discrimination based on ethnic origin or religion, it is also important to see that the situation is still far from rosy for the victims of ra...


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