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The EU acts on behalf of EU citizens to prevent them being discriminated against on grounds of racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation Choose translations of the previous link  and sex Choose translations of the previous link .

EU fight against discrimination

The European Commission takes action to:

In addition to the two Directives (Racial Equality Directive and Employment Framework Directive Choose translations of the previous link ), the European Commission adopted in July 2008 a Communication Choose translations of the previous link  which presents a comprehensive approach to stepping up action against discrimination and to promoting equal opportunities and a Commission Decision creating a non-discrimination governmental experts group Choose translations of the previous link .

The European Commission supports equal treatment of the Roma, the EU largest ethnic minority. See recent Roma policy developments Choose translations of the previous link .