If someone feels that their fundamental rights have been violated, they may not know who to turn to for assistance. By answering a few questions, Clarity lists those bodies, such as equality bodies or national human rights institutions, which may be able to provide assistance in the given situation. It may also provide direct contact through the tool itself or through the full contact details listed for each body.
The tool also contains information about EU and international complaints bodies which may also provide assistance.
The Council of the EU recommends further developing Clarity. National representatives of the Council’s working party on e-Law are currently discussing the ways in which the tool can be expanded to cover all 28 EU Member States and kept up-to-date in the future by agreeing to regularly providing necessary information from their country. The European Commission would then integrate the tool into its e-Justice portal, and ensure translation into all EU official languages.
The following video shows how the Clarity tool can help you to find the appropriate non-judicial body in EU countries for your fundamental rights problem: