Every week we reach hundreds of thousands of people through placing arguments in the media in support of the principles we stand for. No other advocacy group in the country does as much as we do to promote support for policies that defend your right, and that of your community, to make decisions about your own life free from counter-productive government interference.

Letter: Don’t confuse the messenger with the message - Businesslive

29 April 2020 - Ismail Lagardien mistakes the Daily Friend, an online media platform published by the Institute of Race Relations (IRR), for the institute’s website and goes on to mistake the sentiments of a columnist published on the platform as the institute’s opinion (America First and ‘economy first’ are not the only options, April 28).

The vital need to lift the lockdown – IRR

28 April 2020 - Mounting hunger, hardship and economic decline underscore the necessity of South Africa’s lifting the current lockdown, the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) has argued in its submission to the government on the national response to the Covid-19 crisis.

The West and the Soviets in WW2 - Politicsweb

27 April 2020 - It is fashionable these days to decry the role of the Western Allies in destroying Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime on the grounds that the Russians did most of the fighting in Europe and suffered vastly more casualties, both of which arguments are true.

Shooting at straw men will not transform tourism - Polity

23 April 2020 - Tourism minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane may be sincere in her belief that those criticising her decision to disburse coronavirus relief funds only to B-BBEE-compliant enterprises are motivated by a racist agenda.

Mike Schussler says ‘It’s lives vs lives’ – IRR

21 April 2020 - It’s not a question of the economy against people’s lives, but lives versus lives. So said renowned economist Mike Schussler in a virtual briefing hosted by the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) this morning.

Who decides what is true or not? - Businesslive

20 April 2020 - Ceding ground to faceless functionaries, and the silence that comes with the fear of being judged by anonymous accusers, defines the inestimably more difficult reality of living without freedom.

Beware of those who would prolong the world’s misery - Politicsweb

19 April 2020 - To require of poor countries that they replace coal with forms of energy which are both more expensive and less reliable is tantamount to telling them that they must forgo the enormous benefits that the industrial revolution brought to Europe, North America, and Japan.

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