In December 2011 the Swedish government commissioned a preliminary study concerning the development of national equality data. The task to conduct the study was given to the Swedish Equality Ombudsman (EO). The study was to examine those methods that might be suitable for collecting data in relation to five of the seven discrimination grounds in the Discrimination Act (age and sex were excluded from the study) as well as in relation to the five recognized national minorities.
On the 18th of June 2013, the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) published its annual report on challenges and achievements in the field of fundamental rights in 2012.
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