Jackie Mellese (communication manager, Mental Health Europe), highlights the importance of reducing discrimination and stigma associated with mental ill-health.
The battle we face seems to be an uphill one. We need to fight, not only for recognition, but for full acceptance, dignity, and the right to equality and equity.
Around twenty organisations submit proposals to the Spanish Ministry of Equality to tackle discrimination relating to artificial intelligence.
On 26 September 2021, Switzerland approved marriage for same-sex couples. This political victory will enter into force in July 2022 but, for von Känel and the organisations she leads, there is much more to be done.
Despite the lack of comprehensive registration by states, ILGA-World has registered more than 900 applications of discriminatory laws against LGTBI + people.
The Roma Brexit Campaigning and Policy project of Roma Support Group talks about the role of this non-profit organization and what are the main troubles of Roma people in the UK.
The Fundación Secretariado Gitano has published a report that covers bad practices at the workplace, educational institutions or in accessing housing, services and goods, among others.
The communications manager of European Roma Rights Centre talks about the discrimination that Roma people is suffering and how the pandemic has exacerbated the inequalities.
If we don’t value people who are involved in the organization, the work done externally will be deeply affected.
The role of volunteering to combat the stigmatization of refugees and migrants will be the central theme of CEV's Autumn Volunteering Congress 2020.
Pandemic makes women more vulnerable to corruption and threatens their jobs, health, well-being and the opportunity to voice their concerns.
This union demands Spanish governments to approve a legislation to fight against all kinds of discrimination.