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FSG´s 2017 Discrimination and Roma Community report highlights the need of a comprehensive law on Equal Treatment and Non-Discrimination [editar]

The presentation of the latest FSG report on discrimination against Roma was held on the 14th of June at the FSG´s headquarter in Madrid. It counted with representatives of the government, political parties and civil society.

13/06/2017
FSG Igualdad y Lucha Contra la Discriminación

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<br>FSG´s 2017 Discrimination and Roma Community report highlights the need of a comprehensive law on Equal Treatment and Non-Discrimination

The Fundación Secretariado Gitano´s report “2017 Roma Community and Discrimination” gathers 202 discrimination cases, in addition of advancements, good practices and jurisprudence.

The 2017 report places the central issue on the need of a Comprehensive Law on Equality of Treatment and Non-Discrimination. For this purpose, it includes contributions from political parties, as well as NGOs, with the aim of initiating public debate on this proposal and promoting the approval of this initiative in Congress.

The demand for a comprehensive Law on Equality of Treatment and Non-Discrimination responds to the need to improve the current legal system to adequately protect all victims in various situations of discrimination. This Act seeks to provide better protection to victims and to have a more complete and effective sanctioning system.

Besides of the institutional and political representation, in the event were present the women of the program "Calí, Romani Women and Equality" coinciding with the closing of the training they participate in Madrid.

Attached below you find the full report in spanish (soon in english too)

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