Report a racist incident that you have experienced or witnessed
If you have been the victim of racism or witnessed an incident of racism, the Irish Network Against Racism have a list of reporting centres you can reach out to: https://inar.ie/ireport-reporting-centres/
You can also register the incident at the iReport, to help to monitor racism in Ireland: https://www.ireport.ie
If it is a hate crime, you can report it directly to An Garda Siochana:
At your local Garda station or online: https://www.garda.ie/en/reportahatecrime/
If you feel threatened in any way or are in danger, call 999/112.
The Immigrant Council provides support, information and referrals to people who have experienced or witnessed racist incidents in Ireland.
Our service offers a non-judgemental approach enabling a person to tell their story and decide on what they want to do with their complaint. We can also support you by making referrals to the right State agencies and providing more information about your rights.
We also monitor racist incidents in Ireland to inform our advocacy work to ensure the State works to develop effective solutions against all forms of racism and discrimination.
Questions? Get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org