Liz Fekete is the director of the London-based Institute of Race Relations (IRR) and head of its European Research Programme. She has worked at the IRR since 1982. She writes and speaks extensively on aspects of contemporary racism and fascism, refugee rights, EU counter-radicalization and anti-terrorism policies, and Islamophobia across Europe. She is the author of A Suitable enemy: Racism, migration and Islamophobia in Europe (Pluto, 2009) and Europe’s fault lines: Racism and the rise of the right (Verso, 2018). She was part of the CARF Collective, and an expert witness at the Basso Permanent People’s Tribunal on asylum and the World Tribunal on Iraq. She is currently an associate of the International State Crime Initiative at Queen Mary University of London, and the Border Crossing Observatory at Monash University, Australia.
Institute of Race Relations (IRR)
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