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02/04/2012

Lancement de l’enquête européenne LGBT

Hormis les reportages occasionnels sur la discrimination à l'égard des personnes lesbiennes, gays, bisexuelles et trans (LGBT), il y a très peu de données comparables recueillies à l'échelle de l'UE sur les expériences quotidiennes de discriminations subies par des personnes LGBT. En réponse à cette situation, l'Agence des droits fondamentaux de l'Union européenne (FRA) a décidé de lancer la première enquête en ligne jamais réalisée à l'échelle de l'UE pour dresser un portait fidèle de la vie et des expériences des personnes lesbiennes, gays, bisexuelles et trans (âgées de 18 ans au moins).
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02/04/2012

Europaweite LSBT-Umfrage gestartet

Außer gelegentlichen Medienberichten über Diskriminierung von Lesben, Schwulen, Bisexuellen und Transgender-Personen gibt es sehr wenige vergleichbare und EU-weit erhobene Daten über alltägliche Diskriminierungserfahrungen von LSBT-Personen. Daher hat die Agentur der Europäischen Union für Grundrechte (FRA) die bislang erste EU-weite Online-Befragung in Auftrag gegeben, um sich ein genaues Bild der Lebenssituation und Erfahrungswelten von Lesben, Schwulen, Bisexuellen und Transgender-Personen (18 Jahre oder älter) zu verschaffen.
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May
2010

EU-MIDIS Data in Focus Report 3: Rights Awareness

Data in focus
EU-MIDIS "Data in Focus" report 3 focuses on respondents' knowledge about their rights in the field of non-discrimination, including knowledge about Equality Bodies in Member States. This Data In Focus report on 'Rights Awareness and equality bodies' relates to Article 21, on 'non-discrimination', as enrshrined in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.
Data in Focus Report 2: Muslims
28/05/2009

New FRA report examines discrimination against Muslims

The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) today releases a report on discrimination against Muslims in the EU. The findings form part of the first ever EU-wide survey on immigrant and ethnic minority groups' experiences of discrimination and racist crime ("EU MIDIS"). The results for Muslim respondents indicate similarly high levels of discrimination and victimisation as for other minority groups surveyed. Many racist incidents are not reported to the police or to any other organisation. Knowledge of anti-discrimination legislation is low, and there is a lack of trust in complaints mechanisms. Muslims surveyed do not consider religion to be the main reason for their discrimination. The findings also showed that wearing traditional or religious clothing did not increase the likelihood of discrimination. The FRA calls on EU governments to tackle the situation of discrimination by making people aware about how to make a complaint, improving the recording of discrimination and racist crime, better informing people of their rights, allocating more resources to integration measures, especially for youth, and strengthening the role and capacity of accessible mechanisms for reporting racist incidents.
EU-MIDIS
22/04/2009

EU survey of minorities and immigrants sheds new light on extent of racism in EU

The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) today releases results of the first ever EU-wide survey on immigrant and ethnic minority groups' experiences of discrimination and racist crime. The survey reveals that discrimination, harassment and racially motivated violence are far more widespread than recorded in official statistics. The results suggest a sense of resignation among ethnic minorities and immigrants who appear to lack confidence in mechanisms to protect victims. The FRA calls on EU governments to improve the situation, by promoting the reporting and recording of discrimination and racist crime, fully applying anti-discrimination laws, and better informing vulnerable minorities about their rights.

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