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Implementation of the equality directives. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities ; Washington, DC: European Community Information Service [distributor], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Network of experts on the implementation of the equality directives. Luxembourg: Commission of the European Communities ; Washington, D.C.: European Community Information Service [distributor], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Employment Equality Directive Equal treatment and non-discrimination in employment and occupation have been guaranteed by the Employment Equality Directive (EED, /78/EC). To ensure better implementation, Member States are required every five years to provide the Commission with all the information necessary to compile a report.
It begins by examining the pre equality infrastructure, which provides a comparative basis for the paper’s substantive analysis of the implementation of the ten equality directives.
In particular, it discusses the legal mechanisms used Implementation of the equality directives book implement the legislation, evaluates whether pre provisions have been strengthened or weakened, and highlights remaining problems in harmonisation.
Implementation of the Employment Equality Directive The need to promote equal treatment in specific areas, such as nationality and gender, was recognised right from the start of European construction, with the Treaty of Rome.
This protection has only expanded and deepened over the years, especially since the Treaty of Amsterdam. 5 Council Directive /43/EC of 29 June implementing the principle of equal treatment between persons irrespective of racial or ethnic origin (Racial Equality Directive).
6 Council Directive /78/EC of 27 November establishing a general framework for equal treatment in employment and occupation (Employment Equality Directive). Implementation Of The Employment Equality Directive.
(2) the principle of equal treatment between women and men is well established by an important body of community law, in particular in council directive 76//eec of 9 february on the implementation of the principle of equal treatment for men and women as regards access to employment, vocational training and promotion, and working.
The research shows that, while directives such as the Racial Equality Directive are important at EU level, their implementation may take much longer at national level. Maltese unions and employers are slowly becoming more aware of the need to promote racial equality, but much more needs to be done to ensure this type of discrimination is.
Study on Equality Bodies set up under Directives /43/EC, //EC and /54/EC Study on Equality Bodies set up under Directives /43/EC, //EC and /54/EC.
SYNTHESIS REPORT. Margit Ammer, Niall Crowley, Barbara Liegl, Elisabeth Holzleithner, Katrin Wladasch, Kutsal Yesilkagit. October The UK Equality Act The Equality Act consolidates much preceding anti-discrimination legislation and effectively implements relevant EU Directives.
The act covers nine protected characteristics, which cannot be used as a reason to treat people requires equal treatment in access to employment as well as private and public services, regardless of the protected.
TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DIRECTIVES BASED ON NEW APPROACH AND GLOBAL APPROACH. 2 FOREWORD The Single Market is one of the great achievements of our time.
This economic space, where goods, services, capital and labour can circulate freely, provides a foundation for. The equality directives allow EU Member States to maintain or introduce positive action.
The Racial Equality Directive, for example, says that to ensure full equality in practice, “the principle of equal treatment shall not prevent any Member State from.
(20) The effective implementation of the principle of equality requires adequate judicial protection against victimisation. (21) The rules on the burden of proof must be adapted when there is a prima facie case of discrimination and, for the principle of equal treatment to be applied effectively, the burden of proof must shift back to the respondent when evidence of such discrimination is brought.
"The equality clauses in the EU directives on nondiscrimination and migration/asylum" published on 30 Nov by Edward Elgar Publishing. It accompanies the Racial Equality Directive and the Equal Treatment Directive on gender. It is implemented in the UK with the Equality Act Germany implemented the directive by creation of its General Act on Equal Treatment, Allgemeines Gleichbehandlungsgesetz (AGG).
In particular, the Network of Experts on the Implementation of the Equality Directives - made up of specialists in equality law in each of the Member States - was set up to give advice and produce reports on the application of the EC equality directives within the distinctive national legal systems.
FRA Opinion on the situation of equality in the European Union 10 years on from initial implementation of the equality directives ( MB) Overview.
Related. Overview. The European Union (EU) adopted two prominent pieces of legislation in aimed at efficiently fighting discrimination. The Racial Equality Directive and the Employment Equality Directive together create a well-developed anti-discrimination framework. New legislation thus has been enacted in the area of anti-discrimination, which is the Racial Equality Directive (implementing the principle of equal treatment between persons irrespective of racial or ethnic origin in many areas of social life) and the Employment Equality Directive establishing a general framework for equal treatment in employment and occupation.
The second part of the paper assesses the implementation of the EU race directive in eight member states, focusing on judicial procedures and alternative forms of redress, positive action policies. The implementation of this Directive should not serve to justify any regression in relation to the situation which already prevails in each Member State.
(29) Persons who have been subject to discrimination based on religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation.
In Maythe Open Society Foundations submitted to the European Commission in Brussels this policy briefing paper on the state of implementation of the European Union’s Race Equality Directive [pdf]. The directive, enacted inis aimed at. This highly original book provides an innovative analysis of EU migration and asylum law and its interplay with equality issues in order to assess the current integration framework for third-country nationals and to explore future scenarios in the European Context.
of its monitoring report on the implementation of Directive /43/EC, implementing the principle of equal treatment between persons irrespective of racial or ethnic origin (hereafter the Race Equality Directive) and Directive /78//EC establishing a general framework for.
Directive in It then goes on to examine the transposition of the EU directives into national law and the implementation of antidiscrimination policy. Legislating Equality argues that these processes were impacted by the slow-down in European integration in Reviews: 1. With a view to simplification, several 'equality' directives were repealed inand their content transferred to Directive /54/EC on the implementation of equal opportunities and equal.
the implementation of Directive /54/EC, commissioned specifically for the purpose and provided by: Prof.
Dr Susanne Burri, senior lecturer, Utrecht School of Law and co-ordinator of the European Network of Legal Experts in the Field of Gender Equality, for analysing the legal aspects of the application of the Directive, and in particular. This highly original book provides an innovative analysis of EU migration and asylum law and its interplay with equality issues in order to assess the current integration framework for third-country nationals and to explore future scenarios in the Europea.
Examining the role of the European Parliament, Commission, and key societal actors in the passage of the Racial Equality Directive in It then goes on to examine the transposition of the EU directives into national law and the implementation of antidiscrimination s: 1.
At this year’s Cannes film festival, UNI MEI stepped up its presence and activities to promote its campaign on dignity at work and the cooperation among stakeholders of the audiovisual industry on gender equality.
At the same time, UNI MEI participated in informal exchanges with the European Commission and stakeholders on the implementation of the Audiovisual Media Services. Books. Videos. For Employers. For Employees. Free Report It is for the national court to interpret and apply the legislation adopted for the implementation of the directive in conformity with the requirements of Community law, in so far as it is given discretion to do so under national law.” on an employer to provide ‘reasonable.
The book Meenan has edited is an important and extremely timely contribution to the study of equality law in the EU. It makes it absolutely clear that the time for cheering and applause is over. The body of Article 13 EC Directives needs to be assessed critically.
1 Introduction: The Relevance of the Subject-Matter for EU Criminal Law. Right of Access to the Materials of the Case; 2 The Unclarities in the European Provisions on the Right of Pre-Trial Access to the Case Materials and Their Consequences for the National Implementation.
The Existing Unclarities; The Effects of the Unclarities on the National Implementation.The Declaration of Principles on Equality reflects a moral and professional consensus among human rights and equality experts done in December It contains 27 principles that establish a new paradigm on equality, drawing on established and emerging principles of international law.
It has been described by the High Court of Delhi as reflecting the ‘current international understanding of.