UN ANTIRACISM COALITION

INTERNATIONAL COALITION FOR ACCOUNTABILITY
AT THE UNITED NATIONS
FOR SYSTEMIC RACISM AND POLICE VIOLENCE
AGAINST AFRICANS AND PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT

UN ANTIRACISM COALITION

INTERNATIONAL COALITION FOR ACCOUNTABILITY AT THE UNITED NATIONS FOR SYSTEMIC RACISM AND POLICE VIOLENCE AGAINST AFRICANS AND PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT

Our coalition is free to join and there is no required time commitment. Our goal is to make engagement as easy and accessible as possible. The only requirement is a one-on-one meeting with a team member to learn about your work and to share information about UNARC.

ABOUT US

ABOUT US

WHAT IS UNARC?

WHAT IS UNARC?

UNARC is an international coalition created and led by Africans and people of African descent. It addresses the ongoing oppression and killing of black people around the world due to global anti-Blackness and the histories of colonialism and the transatlantic slave trade.

UNARC is an international coalition created and led by Africans and people of African descent. It addresses the ongoing oppression and killing of black people around the world due to global anti-Blackness and the histories of colonialism and the transatlantic slave trade.

UNARC provides the tools and resources necessary for groups around the world to engage with the United Nations on the issue of systemic racism and police violence against Africans and people of African descent. Its purpose is to use the United Nations systems as a tool to affect real change on-the-ground in communities across the globe.

UNARC provides the tools and resources necessary for groups around the world to engage with the United Nations on the issue of systemic racism and police violence against Africans and people of African descent. Its purpose is to use the United Nations systems as a tool to affect real change on-the-ground in communities across the globe.

HOW WE IMPACT THE SYSTEM

Learn how the UNARC coordinates and develops 

transformative changes for racial justice and equality.

HOW WE IMPACT THE SYSTEM

Learn how the UNARC coordinates and develops transformative changes for racial justice and equality.

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Human Rights Defenders

Language access is a core value of the coalition. All meetings are conducted in the four languages that most Africans and people of African Descent speak across the globe which is Portuguese, Spanish, French, and English.

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Demystifying the UN

The coalition provides a space for mutual learning and support in navigating advocacy at the United Nations, which can often be confusing and inaccessible.

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Black Communities

Our work centers the lived experiences of black communities, in particular, victims of police brutality and their families.

More data needed to tackle systemic racism by police

October 12, 2022

A dearth of data in many countries on the race and ethnicity of people arrested...

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ACLU oral statement to UN Human Rights Council on the lack of adequate data collection on policing

October 6, 2022

The ACLU delivered a video statement during the 51st session of the UN Human Rights...

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NEWS

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NEWS

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More data needed to tackle systemic racism by police

October 12, 2022

A dearth of data in many countries on the race and ethnicity...

Read More

More data needed to tackle systemic racism by police

October 12, 2022

A dearth of data in many countries on the race and ethnicity...

Read More

NEWS

READ OUR LATEST NEWS

CHECK OUT OUR CALENDAR

Calendar of UNARC activities and targeted United Nations events.

december, 2022

Building a global movement!

Building a global movement!