The European Information Network on Racism and Xenophobia
(RAXEN) is one of the key tools of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)
to provide the European Union and its Member States with information
and research on the phenomena of racism, xenophobia and anti-Semitism.
is composed of 25 National Focal Points (NFPs), one in each EU Member
State. The NFPs work with all the main national actors to provide the FRA with data, reports and analysis. In short they are the EUMC's
entry points at national level.
activities of the network include 'mapping', country reports and
special studies, and responding to rapid response requests for information
from the European Institutions and the FRA.
NCCRI is the Irish National Point (NFP).
Click here for 2005 Bulletins for the European Information Network on Racism and Xenophobia