European Union Minorities and Discrimination Survey - Main Results Report

This report presents the main results from EU-MIDIS, the FRA's European Union Minorities and Discrimination Survey.

The results of the survey reveal evidence about the discrimination faced by minorities in everyday life; in the classroom, when looking for work, at the doctor's, or in shops.

Overall experiences of criminal victimisation across five crime types, specifically property crime (theft of or from a vehicle, burglary and theft of other personal property) and in-person crime such as experiences of assault or threat, and serious harassment, were also observed in the survey, including whether any of these crimes were committed with a racist motive.