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Report Documents Rising Afrophobia In Europe

In the UK, job applicants with African or Asian sounding surnames need to apply twice as often as those with traditionally British names to get an interview. 

And in Lithuania, 1 in 5 poll respondents said they don’t want to work with Black people. 

These are just a couple of the findings in a new report by The European Network Against Racism (ENAR). 

We talk with Ojeaku Nwabuzo, senior research officer with ENAR about rising and widespread afrophobia in Europe.

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