INAR - I'm not a racist, but...

INAR - "I'm not a racist, but..."

CRER is the UK partner in the Erasmus+ funded INAR (I'm not a racist, but...) project.

Led by InterCultural Iceland, the project aims to reach adult learners who are resistant to

anti-discrimination training by providing support and strategies to trainers who may tend to avoid or ignore this group.

Reaching these individuals with innovative, cooperative, and 'no blame' methodologies will lead to improvements in social and employment relations, offering an extension to the forms of training and education currently available.

The project will tackle both the social injustices caused by discrimination and prejudice, and the difficulties experienced within organisations where individuals fail to engage with anti-discrimination agendas. Ingrained prejudice causes behaviours which can be a catalyst for significant harm, disruption, and stress. For organisations, it can also ultimately result in costly reparation activities (either directly or indirectly).

INAR - "I'm not a racist, but..."
Project Partners

The INAR project partners are:

  • InterCultural Iceland - Reykjavik, Iceland

  • Chancengleich in Europa e.V. - Dortmund, Germany

  • Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights - Glasgow, Scotland

  • Centrul Judetean de Resurse si Asistenta Educationala Vrancea - Fossani, Romania

Project Outputs

The INAR project has produced training materials including a handbook for trainers, which features augmented reality visual materials. You can access a PDF version here

The written project outputs will be freely available via Amazon downloads. This will be accompanied by information sharing activity for social media, including video outputs.

The project has also launched a Facebook game tackling attitudes to EU migration. 

Play the game here

More information

The project website is

For more information on this project, please contact Carol Young at

Co-funded by the European Union