Everyday Racism in Switzerland


The Lucify.ch team attended the round table on “Daily Racism” in the city of Neuchâtel, where prominent feminist activists who also fight against racism, addressed from their own experiences the way they are exposed to almost imperceptible forms of this problem in a country like Switzerland.

The speakers expressed their opinions about daily racism in Switzerland, the ways in which they face this situation on a day-to-day basis, as well as the difficulties faced by people with migratory origins to carry out complaints related to racist acts.

At the same time these committed women, made a call to continue talking loudly about racism and display acts of the everyday racism. They consider that racist acts should not be silenced or hidden, as well as invite society in general to be aware about racism which is still alive despite laws and jurisprudence that is linked with difficulties, especially for those who want to denounce racist acts.

This panel took place during the Week Against Racism in Neuchâtel.


Aicha Brugger, responsable de l’Association pour la Défense des Chômeurs du littoral Neuchâtelois – Adc Neuchâtel
Brigitte Lembwadio, avocate
Lina Muñoz, chercheuse et étudiante au Graduate Institute
Flore Calame, designer dans la boutique Soliel Wax
Laura Florez, Moderator / Artiste et chercheuse

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Karmen ist eine Langzeit-Aktivistin für Menschenrechte, insbesondere für die Rechte der Indigenen und der indigenen Frauen in Südamerika. Sie ist Fürsprecherin der Rechte der indigenen Völker und war Fachberaterin unter anderem in Kanada (WHRI) und Genf (UNITAR und ONU). 2005 hat sie in Kolumbien die Organization Fuerza de Mujeres Wayuu gegründet und seitdem verschiedene Entwicklungsprojekte realisiert. Seit 2007 ist sie für das Indigenous Portal als Editorin tätig und hat mehrere Artikel über die Wayu-Frauen geschrieben. Sie hat 2015 den erfolgreichen Kanal Wayuunaiki para el Mundo für die Vermittlung der einheimischen Sprache der Wayu-Leute gegründet.

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