Those who have experienced or witnessed racism can report all types of racist incidents, including racist crime, racist discrimination, racism in the media, online or any other form of racism directly on ENAR Ireland’s WWW.iREPORT.IE or, if you need support, through one of the iREPORT.IE REPORTING CENTRES NETWORK.
iREPORT.IE – ONLINE RACIST INCIDENT REPORTING SYSTEM
iReport.ie is a national, confidential, easy to use online racist incident reporting system for the people, communities and organisations in Ireland to document racism occurring nationwide.
iREPORT.IE REPORTING CENTRES NETWORK
iReport.ie Racism Reporting Centres Network is a growing national network of organisations committed to anti-racism and equality, where people can access the following services:
Support with reporting what happened to iReport.ie online system so there is a record of the racist incident. Information on how the iReport.ie works and why it’s important to report racism.
Depending on the capacity and expertise of each Reporting Centre, it may be able to provide you with further advice where to get redress and how to complain to various bodies. Some specialised organisations may provide services such as advocacy, representation, help filling forms etc.
CORK TRAVELLER WOMEN’S NETWORK
DUBLIN CITY CENTRE CITIZEN INFORMATION SERVCE
076 107 7230
13A O'Connell Street Upper, Dublin 1
RIALTO COMMUNITY NETWORK
01 473 2003
SOUTH DUBLIN INTERCULTURAL CENTRE / TALLAGHT ROMA INTEGRATION PROJECT
SDCC Intercultural Drop-in Centre
01 464 9300