Public Transport Anti-Racism Campaign Launched

Racism left unchallenged damages society for everyone, not just victims, and the only way to overcome it is by joining forces to say we will not tolerate it.

Minister for Communications Networks, Climate Action and Transport, Eamon Ryan TD said:

“Racism has no place on public transport, or anywhere else in Irish life. Everyone should feel safe and respected while travelling and working on any part of our transport system, particularly the staff who have kept services running throughout the pandemic. I’d like to thank the NTA, transport operators and the Immigrant Council of Ireland for their continued work on combating racism. This campaign is about celebrating the growing diversity within Ireland’s public transport services and ensuring people of all backgrounds are treated with the respect they deserve.”

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