This document brings practical resumed information of judgings of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) regarding racial discrimination.
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This handbook provides legal information on the European legal framework on all types of discrimination, as well as practical information regarding those.Available in more than 20 languages.
This is the second edition of the annual European Islamophobia Report (EIR) whichwas presented for the first time in 2015. New countries are included in this year’s
EIR; while 25 countries were covered in 2015, the report for 2016 includes 27 country
reports. EIR 2016 is the result of 31 prominent scholars who specialize in different
fields such as racism, gender and Islamophobia Studies. In the years to come we
will attempt to include more countries in our report. Our final aim is to cover and
monitor the developments of Islamophobia in all European countries.
Provides guidelines for European ambassadors and embassies regarding their role in identifying, supporting, and protecting human rights defenders. Important for human rights defenders to know the ways in which European embassies can assist them in their mission.
The Rainbow Europe package consists of two major documents. The Rainbow Europe Map reflecting the 49 European countries’ legislation and policies that have a direct impact on the enjoyment of human rights by LGBTI people. The ILGA-Europe Annual Review of the Human Rights Situation of LGBTI People in Europe provides insights into the political and social developments and thus complements the more legally-oriented Rainbow Europe Map with a feeling of what an everyday life and environment for LGBTI people is in different European countries.
The website from the University of Minnesota Human Rights Library provides links to resources pertaining to regional human rights mechanisms.