INGRiD’s work includes empirical research, training, exchange of practices, dialogue with policymakers, and awareness-raising. The project activities are informed by research work exploring the “hidden” dimensions of discrimination in both legislation and practice, with a particular focus on the territories covered by the project. Through the work of the partners, INGRiD proposes an extensive training action aimed at professionals from public and private services (law enforcement, public transport, teachers, civil servants, social services) and consolidates the work of a network of anti-discrimination desks in several provinces in Liguria and in Trento. Through an awareness campaign, dissemination work, journalistic investigations, and dialogue with policymakers, INGRiD promotes an intersectional approach to anti-discrimination, the adoption of more inclusive legislation, and the strengthening of anti-discrimination services. Strongly rooted in the territory, INGRiD constantly looks at the supranational dimension in order to contextualise the Italian case in the broader European framework, in order to be inspired by the good practices of other countries and to act in a transnational perspective for the adoption of new European laws ensuring a more effective protection against all forms of discrimination.