|Local||ECAR Monitoring Manual: Monitoring Racism and Discrimination at the Local Level||ECAR – European Cities against Racism||EU||
The manual on monitoring measures against racism and discrimination on the local level was developed in the framework of the project ‘European cities against racism – responsibilities of cities in counteracting racism sustainably’ (ECAR) funded by the European Commission. The overall goal of this project is to improve the impact and sustainability of local strategies and actions combating racism and discrimination through the development, exchange and transfer of innovative good practices in the fight against racist discrimination. Monitoring racism and discrimination for the benefit of local actors is an associated key objective of the project. The underlying assumption is that the availability of objective data on racism and discrimination is a prerequisite for evidence-based policy making at the local level.
|National||ISO 26000 (Developed in Sweden and Brazil)||Sweden – Brazil, International Organisation for Standardisation||Sweden||
ISO 26000 is an International Standard giving guidance on Social Responsibility. It is intended for use by organizations of all types, in both public and private sectors, in developed and developing countries, as well as in economies in transition. It will assist them in their efforts to operate in the socially responsible manner that society increasingly demands.
|Local||Toolkit for equality: the local level||ECCAR - the European Coalition of Cities against Racism||EU||
The Toolkit for Equality provides a guide on the implementation of effective anti-discrimination policies in municipalities. The application is facilitated by respective training and seminars. It draws on European cities' most successful experiences with policies against racial discrimination.