Malcolm Momodou Jallow is the current vice chair of the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) and the founder and chair of the Pan African Movement for Justice (PMJ) in Sweden. He is a general expert on race relations and a regular commentator on issues affecting people of African descent and black Europeans PAD & BE). He has led a landmark campaign against afrophobia and hate crimes against PAD & BE leading to the first guilty verdict for hate crimes against black people in Sweden. Mr Jallow has in the last decade engaged in numerous advocacy missions throughout Europe, the European parliament, Africa and the United States congress. He published several articles on the human rights conditions of PAD & BE and is a regular commentator on race relations on national and international media such as Aljazeera, the Huffington post and the Guardian.