A comparative analysis of non-discrimination law in Europe - 2016

This report provides comparative analysis of the implementation of EU non-discrimination law in the EU Member States, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia and Turkey. It draws from the information contained in the 35 non-discrimination country reports to provide a detailed overview of the state of transposition and implementation of the Racial Equality Directive (2000/43/EC) and of the Employment Equality Directive (2000/78/EC) across Europe. On the basis of the provisions of the Directives, CJEU case-law and relevant principles and concepts, the Comparative analysis explores general trends across the EU Member States, candidate countries and EEA countries and highlights examples of good practice as well as issues of concern whether in legislation, case-law or practice. The information provided is up-to-date as of 1 January 2016.

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  • Links between migration and discriminationpdf(884 kB)
    The purpose of this report is to identify whether third-country nationals, once
    they enter the European Union, are protected from discrimination on grounds of nationality and from
    discrimination on grounds of race, ethnic origin or religion in situations where nationality is used as a proxy
    for these grounds.
  • A comparative analysis of non-discrimination law in Europe 2015pdf(2 MB)
    This comparative analysis compares and analyses the information set out in the 2014 country reports in a format mirroring that of the country reports themselves and draws some conclusions from the information contained in them.
  • Disability law and the duty to reasonable accommodate beyond employment in the EU Member Statespdf(2 MB)
    The report provides a legal analysis of the situation in the 28 EU Member States with regard to obligations to provide reasonable accommodation outside the field of employment. More specifically, the report outlines the duties contained in Member States’ laws and policies with respect to reasonable accommodation in the areas covered by the 2008 proposal of the European Commission for a directive to protect people from discrimination on the ground of disability, as well as discrimination on a number of other grounds.
    Including summaries in English,French and German.
  • Reasonable accommodation for disabled persons in employmentpdf(2 MB)
    This report focuses on reasonable accommodation duties for disabled people in employment. It also addresses the link between reasonable accommodation and accessibility and considers other legal requirements that may be used to enhance the accessibility of workplaces.
    Including summaries in English,French and German.
  • A comparative analysis of non-discrimination law in Europe 2016 pdf(1.2MB)
    This report provides comparative analysis of the implementation of EU non-discrimination law in the EU Member States, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia and Turkey. It draws from the information contained in the 35 non-discrimination country reports to provide a detailed overview of the state of transposition and implementation of the Racial Equality Directive (2000/43/EC) and of the Employment Equality Directive (2000/78/EC) across Europe. On the basis of the provisions of the Directives, CJEU case-law and relevant principles and concepts, the Comparative analysis explores general trends across the EU Member States, candidate countries and EEA countries and highlights examples of good practice as well as issues of concern whether in legislation, case-law or practice. The information provided is up-to-date as of 1 January 2016.

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Network of legal experts: 2014 country reports on non-discrimination

These country reports provide each year a thorough analysis of the transposition and effective implementation of the anti discrimination directives as well as a description of measures going beyond the minimum requirements of these Directives.

Austriapdf(2 MB)
Belgiumpdf(2 MB)
Bulgariapdf(2 MB)
Croatiapdf(2 MB)
Cypruspdf(2 MB)
Czech Republicpdf(2 MB)
Denmarkpdf(2 MB)
Estoniapdf(2 MB)
Finlandpdf(2 MB)
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedoniapdf(2 MB)
Francepdf(2 MB)
Germanypdf(2 MB)
Greecepdf(2 MB)
Hungarypdf(2 MB)
Icelandpdf(2 MB)
Irelandpdf(2 MB)
Italypdf(2 MB)
Latviapdf(2 MB)
Liechtensteinpdf(2 MB)
Lithuaniapdf(2 MB)
Luxembourgpdf(2 MB)
Maltapdf(2 MB)
Montenegropdf(2 MB)
The Netherlandspdf(2 MB)
Norwaypdf(2 MB)
Polandpdf(2 MB)
Portugalpdf(2 MB)
Romaniapdf(2 MB)
Serbiapdf(2 MB)
Slovakiapdf(2 MB)
Sloveniapdf(2 MB)
Spainpdf(2 MB)
Swedenpdf(2 MB)
Turkeypdf(2 MB)
United Kingdompdf(2 MB)

Network of legal experts: 2015 country reports on non-discrimination

These country reports provide each year a thorough analysis of the transposition and effective implementation of the anti discrimination directives as well as a description of measures going beyond the minimum requirements of these Directives.

Austria pdf(2 MB)
Belgium pdf(3 MB)
Bulgaria pdf(2 MB)
Croatia pdf(2 MB)
Cyprus pdf(3 MB)
Czech Republic pdf(2 MB)
Denmark pdf(2 MB)
Estonia pdf(2 MB)
Finland pdf(2 MB)
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedoniapdf(2 MB)
France pdf(2 MB)
Germany pdf(2 MB)
Greece pdf(2 MB)
Hungary pdf(2 MB)
Iceland pdf(2 MB)
Ireland pdf(2 MB)
Italy pdf(2 MB)
Latvia pdf(2 MB)
Liechtenstein pdf(2 MB)
Lithuania pdf(2 MB)
Luxembourg pdf(2 MB)
Malta pdf(2 MB)
Montenegro pdf(2 MB)
The Netherlands pdf(2 MB)
Norway pdf(2 MB)
Poland pdf(2 MB)
Portugal pdf(2 MB)
Romania pdf(2 MB)
Serbia pdf(2 MB)
Slovakia pdf(3 MB)
Slovenia pdf(2 MB)
Spain pdf(2 MB)
Sweden pdf(2 MB)
Turkey pdf(2 MB)
United Kingdompdf(3 MB)