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Racial profiling against Africans ‘endemic’ in Germany – UN experts

People of African descent face racial discrimination, constant racial profiling, and other kinds of intolerance in Germany, a UN working group said in a statement, adding that their struggle remains largely “invisible” to the wider community.

“Although the [German] constitution guarantees equality, bans racial discrimination and enshrines the inviolability of human dignity, these principles are not put into practice,” the statement released by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said, following the group’s seven-day visit to Germany.  Read more.

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