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Applying EU Anti-Discrimination Law

  • Seminar for members of the judiciary
  • Organised in the framework of the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme

Prague, 22 April 2015 – 24 April 2015
Language:
, Czech (simultaneous interpretation)
Event number:
115DV90

Areas of law:

Objective

The seminar will provide participants with an overview of the two European directives prohibiting discrimination on the grounds of race or ethnic origin in a number of areas, as well as on disability, age, sexual orientation or religion/belief in employment and occupation.

Key topics

  • EU anti-discrimination law and the wider EU, Council of Europe and United Nations human rights framework
  • Definition of key concepts (direct discrimination, indirect discrimination, harassment)
  • Burden of proof and access to evidence
  • Remedies and sanctions
  • Different protected grounds, with special attention to the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union

Who should attend?

Participation is only open to judges, prosecutors and other members of the judiciary from an EU Member State or from those candidate countries and EEA/EFTA countries which have decided to participate in the REC Programme.

Application period

The application period starts 3 months before the date of the seminar. You will soon find an application form as well as a detailed seminar programme on this website.



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IMPORTANT NOTE


Important note
No seminar fee. Participation on selection. Selected participants will receive a significant contribution to their travel and accommodation costs.

ORGANISER


Conference Organisers
ERA on behalf of the European Commission (Contracting Authority)


Daniel Gärtner

Assistant:
Eva Falkenhagen

EYECATCHER


EU Anti-Discrimination Law
Find out more about this series of seminars on Directives 2000/43 and 2000/78

EU Law on Equality between Women and Men
Seminar series in the framework of the European Commission's PROGRESS programme
Find out more about this series of seminars on Gender Equality

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