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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> 'Rise To The Challenge To End Racism' I..
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RISE TO THE CHALLENGE TO END RACISM INSISTS LONDON’S GREEN MEP

As the RISE Festival takes place this weekend (Saturday 8th July),
marking the end of London United Week (1st – 8th July 2006), London’s
Green MEP Jean Lambert has spoken of the urgent need to establish
equality throughout the UK and bring an end to racism.

Jean, who is the Vice-President of the European Parliament’s Intergroup
on Anti-racism and Diversity, today said that the recent rise in racist
sentiments and violence in the UK was particularly worrying. She
commented; “Sadly racism is still a part of everyday life affecting so
many people in different ways. It is vital that we develop a climate in
which this kind of intolerance and violence is rejected outright.
Festivals such as RISE and the events throughout London United Week
offer the chance for everyone to get involved, support the anti-racism
message and take us a step closer to an equal society.

“The UK and the rest of the EU must face up to its own prejudices before
we can really make a difference. Member States that do not uphold laws
against racism should be named and blamed and stringent action should be
taken against them. Politicians who seek to stoke homophobic or racial
hatred are gravely irresponsible and should have no place in politics.
However we must also confront the media and institutions where these
prejudices are promoted.

“Violence is only one aspect of racism. The daily violation of people’s
dignity is much broader but by ending the violence there will be a
chance for a peaceful coexistence in a common society. The last week has
seen some excellent events celebrating the capitals diversity as well as
opposing racism and I hope this will continue long into the future.”

The festival, ‘Rise: Make A Stand Against Racism’, is taking place in
Finsbury Park on Saturday 8th July and gives us all an opportunity to
rise to the challenge of racism.






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