Do you use the ECCAR 10 Point Plan of Action?

ECCAR member cities - we need your local expertise

The overall objective of ECCAR's new project ACTION is to support European public authorities at the local level to improve the implementation of policies and measures against racism and racial discrimination by facilitating the development and issuing of respective 10PPAs. In order to facilitate this process, please fill out the following 3 questions. It will take no longer than 3 minutes to answer the questions. You can directly click on the link with the language that works best for you. If you are facing any difficulties or queries you can contact

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About the ACTION project       

The ACTION Project aims at elaborating local action plans against racism. ACTION is co-funded for two years by the European Union. It is linked to the existing Toolkit for Equality (TKE), which was published by ECCAR in 2016 within the framework of a previously EU-funded project, and included the establishment of a 10-Point Plan of Action (10-PPA) for counteracting racism on the local level. It aims at supporting the implementation of local policies to successfully counteract racism and racial discrimination.

Within the framework of the ACTION Project, the Toolkit chapter concerning 10-PPAs is going to be updated with regard to current challenges as well as made accessible to all members in their national languages. Furthermore, European cities are going to be supported by means of direct consulting, webinars, and online courses focusing on local 10-PPA. ACTION is in line with the EU Anti-racism Action Plan 2020 –2025, and particularly promoted by the current Swedish presidency at the national levels.

The ACTION Consortium is led by the City of Graz (Austria) together with the City of Heidelberg (Germany), supported by the UNESCO Centre for the Promotion of Human Rights at the Local and Regional Levels, and maintained by the European Coalition of Cities against Racism (ECCAR).

For further information about the project you can contact