In May 2001 the National Consultative Committee on Racism and Interculturalism (NCCRI) established a system for recording incidents related to racism in Ireland.1 Incidents are analysed and compiled into six monthly reports.2 There have been ten reports to date. This is the eleventh report, which covers the period January - June 2007. The reports aim to:

Provide an overview of racist incidents reported to the NCCRI in the given six month period

Draw out the key issues arising from the incidents logged

Make recommendations to a range of relevant actors.

The incidents included in this report have been forwarded by victims, witnesses and non-governmental organisations on behalf of the victims, including key organisations working with Travellers, refugees and asylum seekers and migrants. Other incidents have been reported directly to the NCCRI by the victims.