Anti-discrimination

ONGOING PROJECTS

The Equality Alliance

The Equality Alliance is an informal network without the status of legal entity.

The mission of the Alliance is to combat hate and discrimination, to promote diversity and equality of chances for all within the broader framework of human rights protection, and the principles and values of a democratic society in Romania.

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Victim-centered Approach to Improving Support Services

General objective: The project aims to contribute to the increase of the visibility and transparency of the public debate on how children are educated within schools from a nondiscriminatory perspective and in order to increase the educational inclusion of those vulnerable.

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 Education without discrimination is also my business

General objective: The project aims to contribute to the increase of the visibility and transparency of the public debate on how children are educated within schools from a nondiscriminatory perspective and in order to increase the educational inclusion of those vulnerable.

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eMore – Monitoring and Reporting Online Hate Speech in Europe

The eMORE project aims to contribute to developing, testing and transferring a knowledge model on online hate speech and offline hate crime, based on a circular and advanced joint monitoring-reporting system, to gain a sound understanding of the phenomena/trends over the Internet and offline, to allow comparative analysis at national/EU level, and to support the harmonised combating against hate-motivated offences at EU/national level.

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PROGRAMME NEWS

The Equality Alliance 3.10.2018 - Initiated by the Centre for Legal Resources, on August 24, 2018 the Equality Alliance was formed. Its founding members are: –              Association MozaiQ LGBT – http://mozaiqlgbt.ro/ –              Center for Legal Resources – http://www.crj.ro/en/ –              Equality and Human Rights Action Center (ACTEDO) – http://actedo.org/en/ –              Roma Centre for Social Intervention and Studies – Romani CRISS – […]
The Centre for Legal Resources spoke before the UN Human Rights Council 4.07.2018 - Last week at the UN Human Rights Council, the report on the Universal Periodic Review of Romania was formally adopted, a review done from a human rights perspective. The Centre for Legal Resources participated at this stage with two interventions (speeches) in reaction to Romania’s position as to the recommendations received. The topics we tackled […]
Romania under the UN magnifying glass from the human rights perspective 19.01.2018 - On January 19, 2018, the Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review of the Human Rights Council adopted the recommendations resulting from the assessment of Romania. Romania received 203 recommendations on human rights from 78 states. [1] These cover all human rights issues, and the level of detail of the statements and recommendations of most […]
The Centre for Legal Resources starts „Education without discrimination is also my business!” 15.02.2016 - The „Education without discrimination is also my business” project aims to contribute to the increase of the visibility and transparency of the public debate on how children are educated within schools from a nondiscriminatory perspective and in order to increase the educational inclusion of those vulnerable. While encouraging the participation in the debate of all […]
Pro Bono lawyering: an indicator of the functioning of the profession in a real democracy 9.12.2015 - On the right to have access to justice and the culture of pro bono lawyering in Romania.
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