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EU Anti-Discrimination Law

  • Seminar for legal practitioners
  • Organised in the framework of the PROGRESS programme

, 14 May 2012 – 15 May 2012
Languages:
(simultaneous interpretation)
Event number:
112DV77

Areas of law:

Event fully booked!

This seminar is part of a series that ERA has organised every year since 2003 devoted to the two European anti-discrimination directives adopted under Article 19 TFEU (ex Article 13 TEC). Directive 2000/43 prohibits all forms of discrimination based on race or ethnic origin in a number of areas. Directive 2000/78 prohibits all forms of discrimination in employment and occupation based on religion or convictions, handicap, age and sexual orientation.

Certain key subjects will be dealt with, such as the concepts of direct/indirect discrimination and harassment, the sharing of the burden of proof and the question of remedies and sanctions. Furthermore, the seminar will look into each of the different grounds, with special attention to the case-law of the European Court of Justice.

Interaction among participants will be encouraged through periods of discussion and working groups requiring their active participation.



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
Daniel Gärtner and Kassiani Christodoulou in cooperation with the European Commission (Contracting Authority)

Daniel Gärtner
Kassiani Christodoulou

Assistant:
Tatsiana Bras-Gonçalves

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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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