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27.02.2006   List of the CE and EU documents on non-discrimination









































































































Institution

 


Title of the document


Grounds for discrimination the document deals with


Scope of application

 


Council of Europe


European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, Article 14



 


- sex

- race

- colour

- language

- religion

- political or other opinion

- national or social origin

- association with a national minority

- property

- birth

- other status

 


The enjoyment of the rights and freedoms set forth in this Convention


European

Union


Treaty Establishing the European Community, Article 13 (amended by the Treaty of Nice)


- sex

- religion or belief

- racial or ethnic origin

- disability

- age

- sexual orientation

 


The Council, acting unanimously on a proposal from the Commission and after consulting the European Parliament, may take appropriate action to combat discrimination based on these grounds


European

Union


Charter of Fundamental Rights of the

European Union, Article 21

(2000/C 364/01)

 


- sex

- race

- colour

- language

- religion or belief

- political or any other opinion

- ethnic or social origin

- membership of a national minority

- property

- birth

- genetic features

- disability

- age

- sexual orientation

 


Prohibition of discrimination in general

 


EU Council


COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 2000/43/EC

of 29 June 2000 implementing the principle of equal treatment between persons irrespective of racial or ethnic

origin

 


- racial origin

- ethnic origin

 

 


- conditions for access to employment, to self-employment and to occupation, including selection criteria and recruitment conditions, whatever the branch of activity and at all levels of the professional hierarchy, including promotion;

-  access to all types and to all levels of vocational guidance, vocational training, advanced vocational training and retraining, including practical work experience;

- employment and working conditions, including dismissals and pay;

- membership of and involvement in an organisation of

workers or employers, or any organisation whose members carry on a particular profession, including the benefits provided for by such organisations;

- social protection, including social security and healthcare;

- social advantages;

- education;

- access to and supply of goods and services which are

available to the public, including housing.

 


EU Council


COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 2000/78/EC

of 27 November 2000

establishing a general framework for equal treatment in employment and occupation

 


- religion

- belief

- disability

- age

- sexual orientation


- employment

- occupation.

 

 


2


COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 2004/113/EC

of 13 December 2004

 


- sex

 


- access to and supply of goods and services.

 


4


COUNCIL FRAMEWORK DECISION

on combating racism and xenophobia

 


Ethnic/racial minorities, immigrants and refugees in all Member States, who are vulnerable to racial crime and discrimination.

 


Ethnic/racial minorities, immigrants and refugees in all Member States, who are vulnerable to racial crime and discrimination.

 


5


Council Directive 76/

207/EEC of 9 February 1976

 


on the implementation of the principle of equal treatment for men and women as

regards access to employment, vocational training and

promotion, and working conditions

 


on the implementation of the principle of equal treatment for men and women as

regards access to employment, vocational training and

promotion, and working conditions

 


6


THE TREATY

ESTABLISHING THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY

(3.2.)


the Community shall aim to eliminate inequalities, and to promote equality, between men and women.

 


the Community shall aim to eliminate inequalities, and to promote equality, between men and women.

 

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