BIC Brussels: Policies alone not sufficient to address racial prejudice
BIC BRUSSELS — A new statement by the Brussels Office of the Bahá’í International Community (BIC) explores one of the most pressing questions facing Europe today—how to overcome racial and other forms of prejudice.
The statement, titled “Reflections on the implementation of action plans against racism: Fostering social cohesion at the grassroots,” coincided with last week’s European Union (EU) conference that was held in Stockholm, Sweden, on the implementation of member states’ action plans against racism. These plans follow the adoption of the EU Anti-Racism Action Plan 2020-2025 announced shortly after the 2020 demonstrations across the United States and worldwide calling for racial justice.
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