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The Commissioner for Protection from Discrimination (CPD) is the equality body in Albania, established since 2010, upon the Law 10221/2010 \"For Protection from Discrimination\", that is aligned/approximated with four European Directives in the field of non-discrimination. The CPD is a public legal person, responsible to assure effective protection from discrimination. The CPD is independent in the exercise of duty and is subject only to the Constitution and law.

  • Provides legal advice and support for persons who feel discriminated against,
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  • Supports people to assert their right to equal treatment,
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  • Provides information about Equal Treatment law
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  • Documents discrimination
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  • The Ombuds service is confidential and free of cost
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The Austrian Disability Ombudsman supports persons who feel discriminated against on the grounds of disability.
\r\nProtection against discrimination by law encompasses employment-related issues as well as access to goods and services.


Unia is an interfederal, independent public service specialising in policy on equal opportunity and non-discrimination. Founded on human rights, its mission is to promote equal opportunities and rights for all citizens and to fight against discrimination. This mission is conducted with a view to contribute to collective development and in a spirit of dialogue, collaboration and respect.


The mission of the Belgian Institute for the Equality of Women and Men is to guarantee and promote the equality of women and men and to fight against any form of discrimination and inequality based on gender in all aspects of life through the development and implementation of an adequate legal framework, appropriate structures, strategies, instruments and actions


The Equality Commission for Northern Ireland is an independent public body. Its remit and responsibilities include:
\r\n\u2022 promoting equality of opportunity and affirmative action
\r\n\u2022 working towards the elimination of unlawful discrimination and harassment
\r\n\u2022 keeping relevant legislation under review
\r\n\u2022 promoting good relations between persons of different racial groups and good disability practice
\r\n\u2022 overseeing the effectiveness of statutory equality duties on public authorities


The Institution of Human Rights Ombudsman of BiH is independent institution dealing with protection of rights of natural persons and legal entities in accordance with the Constitution of BiH and international human rights instruments appended thereto.


The Equality and Human Rights Commission enforces equality legislation on age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation. It encourages compliance with the Human Rights Act 1998 and is accredited by the UN as an \u2018A status\u2019 National Human Rights Institution.


The Equality Ombudsman is an independent Government agency established on 1 January 2009. The Ombudsman\u2019s tasks include the supervision of compliance with the Discrimination Act and the promotion of equal rights and opportunities regardless of sex, transgender identity or expression, ethnicity, religion or other belief, disability, sexual orientation or age.


The Spanish Institute of Women, an autonomous body attached to the Ministry of Equality through the State Secretariat for Equality and Against Gender-Based Violence, works to support progress of women in all areas of society since 1983. It is specifically entrusted to foster gender equality and the equal participation of women and men in all areas of public life, in particular in political, economic, cultural and social life, and to foster and implement gender mainstreaming.
\r\nThe Institute is also the National Equality Body under the Gender Equal Treatment Directives (the 2010/41 on self-employed persons, the 2006/54 Recast directive, and the 2004/113 Goods and services directive). Among specific functions carried out by the Institute as such are: to receive and channel, in the administrative order, discrimination complaints on the ground of sex, independently assisting victims of discrimination on how to proceed with their claims; to prepare and publish reports, studies and formulate recommendations on gender equality. The Institute, within the scope of its competencies, also collaborates with non-governmental state-level organizations, public or private entities and international organisations dedicated to gender equality issues.


The Council for the Elimination of Racial or Ethnic Discrimination is the Spanish Equality Body pursuant to Directive 2000/43/EC. The main role of the Council is to promote the principle of equal treatment and non-discrimination  on the grounds of racial or ethnic origin, and to provide assistance to victims of racial discrimination, in areas such as education, health, access to benefits, social services, housing, employment, training, etc. and in general to any goods or services.
\r\nThe Council is competent to:
\r\n\u2022 provide independent assistance to victims of discrimination through a network of centres all over Spain:
\r\n\u2022 conduct analyses and studies and publish independent reports
\r\n\u2022 draft recommendations and proposals regarding equal treatment and non discrimination on grounds of racial or ethnic origin


The Advocate of the Principle of Equality (The Advocate) is an independent state body established to ensure the exercise of the constitutional right to protection against discrimination. With this body, the Republic of Slovenia also ensures the proper implementation of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (EU) and the European directives in the field of protection against discrimination. Its main tasks are related to awareness raising and promotion of equality, support and assistance to victims of discrimination as well as non-binding decision-making with recomendation issuing regarding the reported cases of discrmination on various grounds. The Advocate of the Principle of Equality:

  • researches and monitors the state of discrimination in the country, makes recommendations and proposals for the adoption of special measures to the competent institutions, raises public awareness of protection against discrimination and exchanges information within the European Union;
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  • provides information, counselling and representation to victims of discrimination;
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  • accepts complaints and establishes the existence of discrimination.
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The Office of the Ombudsman/Woman is  a  predominantly promotion-type and  complaints based body. As the National Equality Body the Ombudsman/woman has a preventive role in the protection against discrimination through promoting equality and through centralized data collection.  S/he has the authority to receive discrimination complaints based on 12 discrimination grounds (e.g. race and ethnic origin, religion and belief, age, health status etc...) since his/her mandate does not include handling discrimination cases based on gender, marital or family status, gender identity and expression and sexual orientation (Ombudsman/woman for gender equality), disability (Ombudsman/woman for persons with disabilities) or handling complaints that concern discrimination of children (Ombudsman/woman for children). In the Annual Report to the Croatian Parliament, s/he provides an analysis and assessment of the situation with regard to the protection and promotion of equality. As NEB, data on all 17 protected grounds is included is this Report.


The Slovak National Centre for Human unites the mandate of a sole National Human Rights Institution and National Equality Body in Slovakia. It comprises of number of human rights and legal experts motivated to protect, promote human rights and provide legal assistance to victims of discrimination and manifestations of intolerance in Slovakia as stipulated in its mandate.


The Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency takes on and independently carries out the following tasks, insofar as no Parliamentary Commissioner of the Bundestag or Federal Government Commissioner is competent in the matter: Publicity work; measures to prevent discrimination; academic studies into discrimination.


Gender equality is one of the fundamental values of the constitutional order of the Republic of Croatia. In 2003, upon the proposal of the Croatian Government, the first ombudsperson for gender equality was appointed by the Croatian Parliament in accordance to the Gender Equality Act adopted in 2003 for the first time (Official Gazette 116/03).


Ombudsman for Persons with Disabilities is a bridge between persons with disabilities and institutions that can systematically address their issues. We are open to initiatives, focused on readdressing the wrong and changing mindsets to create a more inclusive society.

  • the institution is independent and employs individuals who are well-rounded in legal and human rights matters.
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  • victims of discrimination or human rights violation(s) are at the epicentre of the institution\u2019s works
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  • we strive for continuous improvement of our knowledge, skills and experience in European and international human rights law so as to provide the best possible protection to individuals but also to help raise awareness in this area
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  • the people\u2019s views and complaints are valuable to the effective exercise of the institution\u2019s competences and to the bringing about of the social change needed within a democratic society.
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* by institution, in this sense, we refer to the Cyprus Ombudsman with emphasis on its human rights and anti-discrimination, rather than its maladministration, related competences.


The institution of the Public Defender of Rights (Ombudsman) was founded in 2001. Its main task is to defend the good governance principles. Since 2009 the Public Defender of Rights is the national equality body and its vision is based on 3 pillars: \u201cto inform, to educate and to help\u201d. The Office of the Public Defender of Rights deals annually with approx. 8000 submissions, approx. 400 of them contain a discriminatory element.


The Greek Ombudsman is the national equality body with a mandate to combat discrimination and promote the principle of equal treatment irrespective of gender, racial or ethnic origin, family or social status, religion or belief, disability or chronic illness, age, sexual orientation and gender identity.


Commissioner for the Protection of Equality is an independent, autonomous authority for prevention of all forms and types of discrimination. 
\r\nThe Commissioner for the Protection of Equality is competent to carry out the procedure based on complaints in cases of discrimination against persons or groups of persons connected by the same personal characteristic. The Commissioner is competent to receive and consider complaints of discrimination, to issue opinions and recommendations in concrete discrimination cases, and to stipulate measures defined by the Law on Prohibition of Discrimination.
\r\nAll proceedings before the Commissioner are free of charge and tax free.


The Commissioner for Fundamental Rights is the ombudsman, national human rights institution and equality body of Hungary with multiple mandates and corresponding powers. Its\u2019s fully independent in its conduct, and his/her proceedings may be requested by anyone. The Commissioner for Fundamental Rights shall himself/herself investigate \u2013 or have others investigate \u2013 any improprieties related to fundamental rights that have come to his/her knowledge, and shall initiate general or specific measures for their remedy.


The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission is Ireland\u2019s national human rights and equality institution.
\r\nWe are an independent public body that accounts to the Oireachtas, with a mandate established under the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission Act 2014 (IHREC Act 2014). The IHREC Act includes and further enhances the functions of the former Irish Human Rights Commission and the former Equality Authority.
\r\nOur purpose is to protect and promote human rights and equality in Ireland and build a culture of respect for human rights, equality and intercultural understanding across Irish society.


The National Council for Combating Discrimination (NCCD) is the autonomous state authority, under parliamentary control, which performs its activity in the field of discrimination. 
\r\nAt European level there are institutions assigned to human rights protection and combating discrimination but NCCD is unique, its activity combining 14 discrimination criteria, no other institution having such a vast sphere of action, including sanctioning.


The Equality Commissioner is an independent and impartial official, an expert who monitors compliance with the requirements of the Gender Equality Act and the Equal Treatment Act. The Commissioner carries out surveillance in both the public and private sectors.
\r\nAny persons who suspect that they have been discriminated against \u2013 due to their sex, nationality (ethnic origin), race or skin colour, religion, views, age, disability or sexual orientation \u2013 can consult the Equality Commissioner. The Office of the Commissioner can also assist if persons have been treated less favourably due to their being a parent or having family obligations, or because they belong to a trade union.


This institution aims to ensure the implementation of public policies in the field of citizenship and the promotion of equality between women and men, in particular by undertaking actions to increase civic awareness regarding the identification of situations of discrimination and of forms to eliminate them.


The task of the Non-Discrimination Ombudsman is to advance equality in Finland and to prevent and tackle discrimination. The Non-Discrimination Ombudsman is an independent and autonomous authority. You can turn to the Non-Discrimination Ombudsman if you have experienced or witnessed discrimination on the basis of age, ethnic or national origin, nationality, language, religion, belief, opinion, political activity, trade union activism, family connections, state of health, disability, sexual orientation or other personal characteristics.


The Ombudsman for Equality is an independent authority whose main duty is to supervise compliance with the Act on Equality between Women and Men. The Ombudsman has power on matters related to gender, gender identity, and gender expression. The powers of the Ombudsman consist of both combating discrimination and promoting equality. The Ombudsman carries out his tasks primarily by providing guidance and advice.


UNAR is the Italian Office against Racial Discrimination. Operating since November 2004 with the purpose of promoting equal treatment and removing all forms of racial and ethnic discrimination,
\r\nUNAR monitors the impact of discrimination on men and women as well as explores the relationship with other forms of discrimination, such as those based on culture or religion.


The D\u00e9fenseur des droits is a Constitutional independent authority competent in 4 different areas: the Rights of the users of public services, (as the national Ombud) the Defense of Children\u2019s Rights, the non-discrimination and promotion of Equality (as the National NEB) , and the issue of ethics in security services (police and other private security services complaints\u2019 Commission). Moreover, the D\u00e9fenseur des droits has a protection responsibility (instruction of individual cases in all his fields of competence) and a promotional activity in order to address the improvement of access to rights and promote Equality. The French institution has powers of inquiry and powers of intervention, such as : to resolve a conflict by mutual agreement by making recommendations or through a mediation/conciliation, to intervene in support of a civil or criminal transaction, to request disciplinary action against an security officer, to request observations before a court in order, and to recommend sanctions by the administration against a physical person or legal entity at the origin of discrimination. Its actions are supported by the work of regional delegates, 400 persons working on a voluntary basis which represent the institution all over the French territory.


The Danish Institute for Human Rights is an independent state-funded institution. Our mandate is to promote and protect human rights and equal treatment in Denmark and abroad. We are Denmark\u2019s national human rights institution. We are also a national equality body in relation to race, ethnicity and gender. We have a special role in the disability area where we promote and monitor the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).


The Ombudsperson Institution of Kosovo* (OIK), as an institution based on  the constitution is mandated to monitor, protect and promote human rights and fundamental freedoms. The Law on the protection from discrimination designates the Ombudsperson as the state institution for equality and it makes specific reference to the EU equal treatment directives. According to the Law on Ombudsperson, the OIK is composed of an Ombudsperson, five Deputy Ombudspersons and the staff of the OIK. The Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo guarantees the independence of the institution, while the Law on Ombudsperson foresees that the budget of the OIK can only be decreased with the approval of the Ombudsperson and any additional competences must be accompanied by additional, appropriate and specific financial and human resources.  


This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244/1999 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence.


National human rights institution in Latvia. Institutionally and functionally independent. We ensure that our society in Latvia becomes more aware about human rights (including children rights) and their protection mechanisms, as well as about good governance.


Our mission is to ensure implementation of equal opportunities and prevention of discrimination in society.
\r\nOur vision is a society that is aware of equal opportunities.
\r\nOur values are professionalism, impartiality, openness, equal attention to everyone.


The CET (Centre for Equal Treatment) carries out its missions independently, and its purpose is to promote, analyze and monitor equal treatment between all persons without discrimination on the basis of race/ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion or beliefs, handicap or age.


The National Commission for the Promotion of Equality (NCPE) works to safeguard equality in the areas covered by its remit by investigating complaints, raising awareness and disseminating information on rights and responsibilities through training and information campaigns; proposing and giving feedback to policies; networking with different stakeholders at national and international levels; carrying out research; and providing assistance to the general public.


The Commission for the Rights of Persons with Disability (CRPD) is committed to rendering Maltese society an inclusive one, in a way that persons with disability reach their full potential in all aspects of life, enjoying a high quality of life thanks to equal opportunities. In fulfilling this mission, CRPD works in order to eliminate any form of direct or indirect social discrimination against persons with disability and their families while providing them with the necessary assistance and support.


The Council for Preventing and Eliminating Discrimination and Ensuring Equality (Equality Council) is an independent autonomous central public authority subordinated to the Parliament.


Public Defender (Ombudsman) of Georgia is mandated by the Constitution and Organic Law of Georgia to oversee the observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms on the territory of Georgia, identify the cases of infringement of human rights and assist individuals in redressing of violations of their rights. It is an independent constitutional body, which acts to promote human rights and protect individuals from maladministration of State administrative organs.


The Commission for Equality in Labour and Employment (CITE) is the Portuguese Gender Equality national body that deals with gender equality and non-discrimination in the labour market. 
\r\nCITE is a tripartite and equilateral body.
\r\nCITE\u2019s mission is to pursue:
\r\n\u2022 Equality and non-discrimination between women and men in labour, in employment and vocational training;
\r\n\u2022 Protection of parentality (maternity, paternity and adoption);
\r\n\u2022 Reconciliation of professional, personal and family life.


The Commission for Prevention and Protection against Discrimination - North Macedonia is an independent entity that started functioning on the 1st of January, 2011. The Commission covers 19 defined basis for discrimination sex, race, color, gender, belonging to a marginalized group, ethnicity, language, citizenship, social origin, religion or belief, education, political affiliation, personal or social status, mental or physical disability, age, family or marital status, property status, health and other grounds.


The High Commission for Migration \u2013 ACM (previously the High Commission for Immigration and Intercultural Dialogue) - is the Portuguese public institution responsible for the managements of migration flows, namely throughout assuring the integration of immigrants and promoting the return of Portuguese emigrants. Because Portugal approaches migration and integration policies in a whole-of-government approach and in a holistic perspective, ACM \u2013 as the public institution integrated in the Presidency of the Council of Ministers \u2013 is responsible for interlinking different ministries to develop implement and evaluate crosscutting policies that targets migrants, including refugees, and Roma communities, and that promote intercultural and interreligious dialogue, combating all forms of ethnic and racial discrimination.


The Netherlands Institute for Human Rights explains, monitors and protects human rights, promotes respect for human rights (including equal treatment) in practice, policy and legislation, and increases the awareness of human rights in the Netherlands. This applies to the European part of the Netherlands as well as to the islands of Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba (the Carribean Netherlands).

  • Protection of human rights and freedoms and acting upon complaints;
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  • Protection from discrimination;
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  • Promotion of anti-discrimination standards;
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  • Raising awareness.
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Commissioner for Human Rights is the constitutional authority for protection of liberties and human and citizen\u2019s rights as set forth in the Constitution and other normative acts, including the guard of implementation of the principle of equal treatment. In his activities, the Commissioner is integral and independent from other state authorities.


The Equality and Anti-discrimination Ombud shall combat discrimination and promote equality in all areas in society, regarding the following discrimination grounds; gender, ethnicity, language, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender Identity and gender Expression, and age in work life. The Ombud handles individual discrimination cases, gives statements whether discrimination has happened. The Ombud gives legal guidance to individuals experiencing discrimination, companies and Public agencies about their duties to work for equality. The Ombud has a certain role monitoring the Government\u2019s compliance With the UN convetions, CEDAW, CERD and CRPD.