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Research area Discrimination


Ongoing research project


FRANET: Reporting to the Fundamental Rights Agency

Within the framework of FRANET, the efms is responsible for data collection and scientific analysis of topics relating to racism, xenophobia and discrimination as well as issues regarding asylum, migration and the integration of immigrants in Germany.

Funding: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA))
Duration of the project: 2011 - 2015
Researcher: Claudia Lechner, Luisa Seiler, David Scheib


Completed research project


FRANET: The rights and support of victims of hate crime

As a cooperation partner of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, the efms is currently doing research on the legal situation of victims of hate crime as well as on their possibilities to gain support.

Funding: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA))
Duration of the project: December 2013
Researcher: Luisa Seiler


RED (Rights Equality and Diversity) European Network

The RED-network wanted to provide current and reliable data, information and analyses regarding discrimination and racism occurring at EU and national levels to the general public, politicians and journalists. In doing so, it wanted to contribute to combating discrimination and racism.

Funding: European Union, specific programme "Fundamental Rights and Union Citizenship".
Duration of the project: January 2011 - January 2013
Resarcher: Claudia Lechner



Effectively monitoring discrimination

Within the framework of the project, the efms was researching the methods of various actors (police, anti-discrimination agencies, etc.) to gather data on discrimination and was analysing the possibilities and limitations of collecting data on discrimination in Germany. Moreover, methods of gathering information on discrimination in Germany and the Netherlands were compared.

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



National Focal Point for Germany within the European Information Network on Racism and Xenophobia (RAXEN)

Collection of data and information and compilation of reports on the situation concerning racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism and Islamophobia as well as on the situation of migrants, foreigners and ethnic minorities in Germany.

Funding: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights FRA, Vienna
Completion: February 2011
Researcher: Mario Peucker
, Claudia Lechner
A list of all efms RAXEN-reports is available: RAXEN-reports.


Study on discrimination against Muslims in the labour market

Commissioned by the Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency (ADS), the efms carried out a study on labour market discrimination against Muslims due to their religion. The study seeks to present the current state of the art on various facets of discrimination against people due to their (assumed) Islamic faith in the context of employment. The study also identifies good practice initiatives aiming to prevent or redress discrimination against Muslims and present practical recommendation on how to implement such measures.

Funding: Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency (Antidiskriminierungsstelle des Bundes)
Completion: August 2010
Researcher: Mario Peucker

Publication:
Peucker, Mario: Diskriminierung aufgrund der islamischen Religionszugehörigkeit im Kontext Arbeitsleben - Erkenntnisse, Fragen und Handlungsempfehlungen. Erkenntnisse der sozialwissenschaftlichen Forschung und Handlungsempfehlungen. Antidiskriminierungsstelle des Bundes (ADS), Berlin 2010



Feasibility Study "Standardized Data Collection for the Purpose of Proving Discrimination!? Current Situation and Future Perspectives"

Commissioned by the Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency (ADS), the efms carried out a feasibility study on the benefits and limits of standardized data collection of cases of discrimination for the purpose of gaining insights into the phenomenon of discrimination in Germany. Within the scope of this study, all grounds of discrimination covered by the German equality law AGG will be taken into consideration (ethnic origin, religion/belief, sexual identity, age, sex and disability).

Funding: Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency (Antidiskriminierungsstelle des Bundes)
Completion: May 2010
Researcher: Mario Peucker, Claudia Lechner
Publication:
Peucker, Mario; Lechner, Claudia: Machbarkeitsstudie "Standardisierte Datenerhebung zum Nachweis von Diskriminierung!? - Bestandsaufnahme und Ausblick". Antidiskriminierungsstelle des Bundes (ADS), Berlin 2010



Mapping Study of Educational Tools, Resources and Informal Learning Frameworks that Help to Reduce Prejudice

The mapping study on educational activities in Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland and the UK aiming at combating racism, xenophobia, antisemitism and related stereotypes provided an up-to-date overview.

Funding: Rothschild Foundation Europe
Completion: May 2007
Researcher: Stefanie Reiter, Mario Peucker
Publication:
Peucker, Mario / Reiter, Stefanie: Educational Tools, Resources and Informal Learning Frameworks that Help to Reduce Prejudice. Mapping Study on behalf of the Rothschild Foundation Europe. Executive Summary, Bamberg 2007


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