Some Local Politicians Commit to Anti-Racism Pledge Ahead of Election Campaigns

The idea is to get politicians to prove that they are against hate speech, says Memet Uludag, the national chairperson for United Against Racism.

At the weekend, his group invited politicians to take an election pledge against racism, challenging them to commit to rejecting racist and xenophobic language ahead of votes later in local and European elections later this year.

Read the full story at the Dublin InQuirer.

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