Not everyone is happy with the Nordic country's efforts to tackle growing racism against ethnic minorities.
Flying the country's apartheid-era flag in public discriminates against non-white people and violates equality laws, a judge ruled, confining the flag's display to artistic and journalistic uses.
The warning comes after two mass shootings in the US over the weekend left at least 30 people dead.
Jews, African Americans, and Arabs experience upturn in hate crimes and racial bias incidents.
The decision followed a Supreme Court ruling that the case for adding a citizenship question on next year's census was not convincing.
Anti-Muslim discourse has plagued the European horizon, but never has it taken on so many dimensions.
With mosques in the region being periodically demolished and fasting mostly banned, minorities in East Turkistan are bearing the brunt of institutionalised xenophobia.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern welcomes the social media giant's ban that comes in the wake of a deadly terrorist attack on two mosques that killed 50 people people and was carried out by a self-confessed white supremacist.
The terrorist attack in Christchurch did not take place in a vacuum and is a reflection of decades of the othering and dehumanisation of Muslims.
The UN report urges Belgium not to turn a blind eye to racism and to apologise for the atrocities that Belgium colonial rule committed in DR Congo
New laws and rhetoric that defines parameters for acceptable forms of Islam in Russia run the risk of turning into draconian laws that can potentially be used to persecute Russian Muslims.
Women, working in different sectors in South Korea, try to encourage others to free themselves from social stereotypes depicting beauty.
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