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Galway Anti-Racism Network launches racist incident report card

The Galway Anti-Racism Network is launching a racist incident report card this week  to encourage victims of racist abuse and violence to report it. According...

Nine Galway election candidates sign anti-racism pledge

A number of general election candidates in Galway have signed an anti-racism pledge which includes a commitment to condemn all racist campaigning...

Joe Loughnane named PBP candidate for general election in Galway West

People Before Profit have announced that their local candidate for the general election next month will be Joe Loughnane, running in Galway West. It was...

Love Music Hate Racism gig in Woodquay

Galway Anti Racism Network are holding a concert this weekend to "end the year on a positive note" after a year of growing divisions. The...

Anti-Racism meeting in Galway city attended by 150 people

A public information event organised by the Galway Anti-Racism Network which took place on Tuesday evening in the city was attended by up to...

Major anti-racism meeting to take place next week

A major anti-racism public meeting will be held at the end of this month by the Galway Anti-Racism Network. The event will take place on...

Galway TD accused of ‘disgraceful racism’ in Dáil yesterday

Galway West TD Noel Grealish has been labelled a 'disgrace' after comments he made in the Dáil yesterday. The Independent TD was accused of 'disgraceful...

Galway mosque damaged in shocking break-in last night

An investigation is ongoing after a serious amount of damage was caused to the Galway Ahmadiyya Mosque last night. It has been reported that the...

Galway City Central Preview: What do your candidates stand for?

The Galway City Central Ward is one of the more unpredictable wards. There is a total of 16 candidates running in the Ward with 6...

Galway taxi driver suffers horrific racist abuse in city

A taxi man who has been living in Galway for over 18 years was the victim of an onslaught of racist abuse last week...

Pubs refusing to serve Travellers discussed at anti-racism meeting

A Galway Anti-Racism Network meeting in Headford last night has been hailed as a 'massive success' after more than sixty people flocked to the...

‘Fascist meeting’ in Galway pub faces strong resistance from local community

A far-right meeting which is scheduled to take place next week in Galway will face strong resistance from the local community. The meeting, which has...

Sickening racist graffiti appears in Galway City

Shocking racist graffiti has been sprayed on a large box in a city car park. The graffiti, which reads 'Blacks Out', appeared on the box...

Spanish Arch to light up red against racism

The Spanish Arch will light up red tomorrow to 'Show Racism the Red Card' this weekend. The Galway Anti-Racism network is asking people to come...

Galway gardaí may start recording hate crimes

Recording hate crimes - Police in Galway City may be asked to note whether an assault had a discriminatory basis, according to the city's...

Petition to return married father of one deported after 12 years in Galway

A petition to return a married man with a three year old daughter, deported after living and working in Galway for 12 years, has...

Breaking Bread breaks barriers at Galway Food Festival

Another successful Galway Food Festival culminated this afternoon in the Breaking Bread community feast, held in a packed Printworks gallery on Market street. The feast...

Galway Direct Provision residents ‘intimidated’ by centre staff

Residents of two Galway Direct Provision centres have been intimidated into abandoning Galway Anti-Racism Network (GARN) meetings, according to GARN chairperson Joe Loughnane. Loughnane said...

Galway TD questions government response on right to work decision

Galway West TD Catherine Connolly this week asked Minister for Justice and Equality Charles Flanagan about financial barriers to asylum seekers’ right to work. The...

Anti-Racism Network to hold public meeting against Direct Provision

Next Monday, 15 January, the Galway Anti-Racism Network will hold a public meeting exploring the difficulties faced by people living under Direct Provision. The meeting...
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‘Community Champion’ appointed for Galway to lead efforts against Covid-19

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