iReport: How each individual can help by reporting racist incidents


SHANE O’CURRY joins Eoin Drinan beginning to explain how the iReport, available online, acts as a national system to report incidents of a racist nature.

Shane says the information is not necessarily being reported to the Gardai but helps to paint a picture of demographic trends and rate of occurrence around the city. Monthly reports are issued as a yardstick. The hope is that iReport will help raise awareness of particular problem areas at a national level.

Shane says the system will also work as a way for the various anti racism support groups to build a profile of incidents that can be used as evidence when lobbying for racist problems to be addressed in specific areas.

Duration: 10'26" DATE: July 25, 2013
Interviewer:Eoin Drinan
Producer:Eoin Drinan
Interviewee:Shane O'Curry
Themes:Irish Life & Culture
Keywords:tracking racism ireland, looking at the prevalence of racism, awareness of racism, incidents of racism, shane o'curry, Irish network against racism.
LocationIreland Time Period:2013
Type:Sound Language:English
Creator:Near FM Publisher:Near FM
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