Equinet is committed to providing a safe environment for its employees, members, and external partners/guests, free from harassment on any ground. Equinet operates a zero-tolerance policy for any form of harassment taking place during its events, treats all incidents respectfully, confidentially and seriously, and promptly react to all allegations of harassment. Read our Safer Spaces Policy for Equinet events here.
February 24, 2015
This Report analyses harassment on the basis of gender and sexual harassment as forms of discrimination and inequality, but also in the framework of gender-based violence […]
February 23, 2015
Many equality bodies have adopted a strategic plan to guide their work Equality bodies work in order to combat discrimination and promote equality across the range of equality grounds covered by the European Union directives more effectively.
February 9, 2015
The Experience of Equality Bodies This report discusses the complex legal issues relating to the application of positive action. It takes into account concrete cases, good […]
February 9, 2015
This report presents some examples from equality bodies on strategic planning in order to inspire and inform others. An Equinet Perspective This Perspective seeks to explore […]
July 23, 2014
The European Disability Strategy 2010-2020 is at its halfway mark and is under review. The list of actions developed for implementing this strategy for the first […]
May 26, 2014
A report from the Public Interest Research Centre (PIRC), commissioned by Equinet, found that when people value community, social justice and freedom, they tend to be less discriminatory.
March 23, 2010
This Equinet Opinion provides a summary of the discussions carried out within the framework of Equinet’s initiative on Roma and Traveller equality and presents good practice by equality bodies in responding to Roma/Traveller issues.