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Effectively monitoring discrimination

Within the framework of the project, the efms was drawing up a report on the possibilities of registering discrimination. Aim of the report was to give a review of the methods used by various actors (police, anti-discrimination agencies, etc.) to collect data and information on discrimination. Moreover, the report looked at the possibilities and limitations of gathering and analysing data on discrimination in Germany.

The efms was collaborating with the National Association against Discrimination of the Netherlands, Art.1 to publish a comparative study on the methods of registering discrimination in Germany and the Netherlands.

The project was coordinated by Art.1 and was funded by the EU-progamme Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion PROGRESS.

Funding: EU-programme Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion PROGRESS
Researcher: Claudia Lechner
Publication:
Dinsbach, Wies; Lechner, Claudia; Peucker, Mario; van Bon, Saskia: Registration of complaints about discrimination in the Netherlands and in Germany, Rotterdam/Bamberg 2012

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