EU OBSERVER/In June, in response to the murder of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the European Parliament passed a resolution denouncing police brutality in the US, acknowledging the mass protests in response, and calling for European action against structural racism.

Yet, months later, for many EU decisionmakers the problems of racism in policing and criminal legal systems – the issues that sparked the George Floyd protests – are still ‘over there’, across the Atlantic.

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