The third issue of the European equality law review has been published (available in English).
The Law Review provides four in-depth analytical articles as well as an overview of the latest developments in the fields of non-discrimination and gender equality, reflecting as far as possible the state of affairs for the period from 1 January to 30 June 2016.
This issue contains the following articles:
- Using anti-discrimination remedies for discriminatory speech – the Hungarian and Romanian experiences
by István Haller, Romanița Iordache, and András Kádár
- Implementation of positive action measures for achieving gender equality in the FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia
by Ivana Krstic
- Merging mandates of equality bodies and national human rights institutions – a growing trend
by Niall Crowley
- Tackling sex discrimination to achieve gender equality? Conceptions of sex and gender in EU non-discrimination law and policies
by Ulrike Lembke
In addition, the Law Review contains one section providing summaries of the most important case-law of the Court of Justice of the EU and of the European Court of Human Rights as well as one section presenting the key developments at national level in legislation, case-law and policy in the 35 countries that are part of the Network.