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Equality Bodies

UN Human Rights Council issues UK’s latest human rights ‘report card’

[/ At the end of May 2012, the UN Human Rights Council issued the UK’s latest human rights ‘report card’. The UN assesses the human rights record of each country every four years in a process called the Universal Periodic Review. /]

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Members' Publications

EHRC launches new report on gender diversity on boards

[/ The British Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has released a new report entitled “Gender diversity on Boards: the Appointment process and the role of executive search firms”. /]

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Europe

FRA launches first ever EU-wide LGBT survey

This first ever EU-wide survey on the discrimination experiences of LGBT was recently launched by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights.

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Members' Publications

Polish Human Rights Defender launches report on equal treatment law and practice in Poland

[/ As a result of repeated racist and xenophobic incidents, the Human Rights Defender in Poland has launched its report on the “The principle of equal treatment – law and practice. Preventing violence motivated by race, nationality or ethnic origin. Analysis and recommendations.” /]

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Equality Bodies

UNAR launches the national campaign against racism in Italy on 28 June

On Thursday, 28 June 2012, UNAR (the Italian National Office Against Racial Discrimination) will launch the national campaign against racism in Italy at an opening conference entitled “Made in italy”, supported also by the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

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Europe

European Commission launches the European Year 2012 Awards

As part of the European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations 2012, the European Commission has just launched the European Year 2012 Awards in order to celebrate organisations and individuals that promote active ageing and solidarity between generations through their activities.

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External publications

FRA launches its 2011 Annual Report

[/ The EU Fundamental Rights Agency’s Annual Report 2011 provides in-depth evidence and analysis of fundamental rights developments in the EU, its Member States and Croatia. /]

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Workplans and Annual Reports

Workplans and Annual Reports

Work Plans

The work plans present an overview of the main goals and targets for the years ahead, as well as the main activities, initiatives and other means of achieving those goals.

Work Plan 2019
Work Plan 2018
Work Plan 2017
Work Plan 2016
Work Plan 2015
Work Plan 2014
Work Plan 2013
Work Plan 2012
Work Plan 2011
Work Plan 2010
Work Plan 2009

Annual Reports

The reports showcase Equinet’s major achievements and outputs from the previous years. They present the initiatives undertaken by Equinet to ensure networking between, and capacity building of member organisations. The reports also contain relevant information on the achievements and progress made to strengthen the policy dialogue with EU partners and stakeholders, and to effectively support the work of national equality bodies.

2017

Equinet Highlights 2017

2015-2016

Equinet Highlights 2015 – 2016

2014-2015

Equinet Highlights 2014-2015

2013

Annual Report 2013 (EN)

2012

Annual Report 2012 (EN)Rapport Annuel 2012 (FR)

2011:

Annual Report 2011 (EN)Rapport Annuel 2011 (FR)

2010:

Annual Report 2010 (EN)Rapport Annuel 2010 (FR)

2009:

Annual Report 2009

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Members' Publications

ECNI launches Equality Awareness Survey findings for Northern Ireland

[/ On 13 June 2012 the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland (ECNI) launched its latest Equality Awareness Survey findings which shed light on public attitudes towards equality and discrimination in Northern Ireland. /]

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Members' Publications

ECNI launches Equality Awareness Survey findings for Northern Ireland

[/ On 13 June 2012 the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland (ECNI) launched its latest Equality Awareness Survey findings which shed light on public attitudes towards equality and discrimination in Northern Ireland. /]