Leaflet: Who, if not you? How you can intervene when witnessing racist assaults
A classmate makes a racist joke. Do you step in?

A Muslim woman is insulted in a shop. Should you bother?

A homosexual couple is bullied on the street. Do you intervene?

Racist insults and violence are very common all over Europe. Many people are afraid or do not know how to react when witnessing a racist incident.

In such situations, civil courage is needed. Speaking up to support someone in need while others are silent is not easy. But civil courage is possible and can be trained.

This leaflet provides suggestions for courageous action and shows that some small steps can change a lot.

In cooperation with UNITED for Intercultural Action - European network against nationalism, racism, fascism and in support of migrants and refugees.