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Does the national law cover all grounds of discrimination as in the International Conventions and EU law or additional discrimination grounds?

Key Area:
Anti-discrimination Legislation & Implementation
Racism, Discrimination
21/12/2011 - 10:52
Short Answer

Yes, the law contains an open-ended list of grounds of discrimination.

Qualitative Info

Race, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion, social category, beliefs, sex or sexual orientation, age, disability, chronic non-contagious  illness, infection with HIV or the belonging to a disadvantaged category or any other criterium.

The protection against discriminination covers the exercise of all human rights and fundamental freedoms recognized by the law, in the domain of politics, economy, society, culture or in any other domain of public life.

Groups affected/interested Migrants, Refugees, Roma & Travelers, Muslims, Ethnic minorities, Religious minorities, Linguistic minorities, Majority, Asylum seekers, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender, Persons with disability
Type (R/D) Extremism - organised Racist Violence, Anti-migrant/xenophobia, Anti-semitism, Islamophobia, Afrophobia, Arabophobia, Anti-roma/zinghanophobia, Religious intolerance, Inter-ethnic, Intra-ethnic, Nationalism, Homophobia, On grounds of disability, On grounds of other belief
Key socio-economic / Institutional Areas Policing - law enforcement, Employment - labour market, Housing, Health and social protection, Education, Culture, Media, Internet, Sport, Political discourse -parties - orgs, Political participation, Anti-discrimination, Anti-racism, Integration - social cohesion, Daily life, Religion
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