LIGHT ON plan
Creation of the End-user advisory board, which is coordinated by a representative from ENAR;
Analysis and scientific research of hidden and explicit symbols of racism and discrimination, assessing how they are perceived from communities in Europe, through a qualitative and quantitative analysis;
Establishment of 5 National Watching Points to promote the active role of the local communities in contrasting racism;
Creation and pilot of a training model for law enforcement officers and related responsible authorities, in order to improve their ability to recognize and contrast racism;
Development of an anti racism smart toolbox: a set of practical instruments targeted on different audiences (including guidelines for law enforcement entities, a visual database of racist images and a related glossary, templates for reporting);
Launch of a social network based self reporting system for online racism;
Promotion of the campaigns to spot discriminatory behaviours and promote project activities.