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Equality Bodies

UNAR launch of the 7th Action Week against Racism, 14-21 March 2011

As part of the VII edition of the Action Week against Racism, the Italian equality body UNAR will hold an International Conference on the Integrated Networks for the Prevention and Removal of Discrimination in Rome on 14-15 March 2011

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Equality Bodies

Fighting Gender Discrimination in the Bulgarian Military Police Force

Bulgarian Commission for Protection against Discrimination instructs Military Police Force to end discriminatory treatment on the basis of gender

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Equality Bodies

Denmark steps closer towards equality on the dancefloor

The Danish Board for Equal Treatment helped move Denmark a step closer to equality on the dance floor when compensation was awarded in two cases in which men were subject to higher admission prices that females.

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Equality Bodies

What’s in a name?

The opinion of the Dutch Equal Treatment Commission on the rewriting of university diplomas for transgender people following a name change

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Equality Bodies

NCPE Symposium on Good Practices in Gender Mainstreaming – Call for Speakers

The Maltese National Commission for the Promotion of Equality is issuing a call for speakers for its symposium on good practices in gender mainstreaming in April 2011 in Malta.

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Members' Publications

NEBs’ annual reports 2009/2010

Annual Reports for the year 2009 & 2010 published in English by equality bodies.

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Equality Bodies

Swedish Equality Ombudsman Decision

Information on the decision of the Swedish Government to replace Katri Linna as Equality Ombudsman.

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Europe

European Citizens’ Agora

The 3rd Citizens’ Agora focused on the relationship between the current economic and financial crisis and poverty.

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External publications

FRA EU-MIDIS Data in Focus Report: ‘Multiple Discrimination’

Release of the FRA fifth report in a series of ‘Data in Focus’ publications from the EU MIDIS survey. The central theme of the report is multiple discrimination.