The European network of legal experts in gender equality and non-discrimination (European Equality Law Network, EELN) has published a new comparative analysis ‘A comparative analysis of non-discrimination law in Europe 2021‘ on their website.
The comparative analysis is authored by Isabelle Chopin, MPG Director, and Catharina Germaine, MPG Anti-discrimination legal and policy analyst.
MPG has historically played an important role advocating for improvements to non-discrimination law in the EU and coordinating anti-discrimination networks and is proud to continue playing a key role in the Network.
Transposing and implementing the EU non-discrimination directives
The publication ‘Comparative analysis of non-discrimination law in Europe 2021’ explores the current state of non-discrimination law transposing and implementing the EU non-discrimination directives (Racial Equality Directive and Employment Equality Directive), across 36 European countries including the 27 EU Member States.
The report provides an update on particularly interesting national case law as well as other legal developments, in relation to the full material scope of the Directives and to all the discrimination grounds they cover racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age and sexual orientation.
All reports from the EELN are publicly available on the website.
Visit here for the country reports: https://www.equalitylaw.eu/country
Visit here for the European equality law review: https://www.equalitylaw.eu/publications/law-reviews
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