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European Year of Equal Opportunities for All 2007 projects in Slovakia

European Year of Equal Opportunities for All 2007 projects in Slovakia
EuSlovakia in the EU
Project Organiser Aim Target group
Together Towards
Diversity
- Opening the European
Year 2007

The Slovak National
Centre for Human
Rights

To officially open the
European Year 2007 on
a national level through
an expert conference

Public administration,
business chambers
and associations,
NGOs and the
general public
Strengthening Civil
Society in the Area
of Equal Treatment

Citizen and
Democracy - NGO
To assist the implementation
of the anti-discrimination
legislation
NGOs, the media
and the general public
We are Here - Days of Difference Inakosť (Otherness)
- Civic Initiative
To help make people with
different sexual orientations
an equal part of society
The general public
and the media
Consulting Centre
for Gender Equality
The Slovak Society
for Family Planning
and Parenthood
Education - NGO
To help enforce
gender equality
Decision-makers in public
affairs, specialists
and the media
Testing Ľudia Proti Rasizmu
(People Against
Racism) - NGO
To assess whether
public institutions respect
anti-discrimination laws
The general public
and marginalized groups

Divided by Borders
- Divided by Religion
(Society for Tolerance)

Amnesty International
and Spoločnosť
pre Toleranciu

To increase understanding
of the benefits of diversity

Secondary-school
students
Implementation
of Non-Discrimination
Equal Opportunities
and Representation
Principles on the
Regional Level

The National Council
of Disabled Citizens
To organise round-table
discussions that will present
ways to fight against
discrimination towards
disabled people

Disabled people,
professionals from
organisations that deal
with discrimination
towards the disabled

Identifying Barriers
Preventing the Effective
Implementation of Anti
Discrimination Legislation
in Unemployment Cases

Institute for Public
Affairs
To identify
discrimination in cases
of the long-term
unemployed

Unemployed people,
employers, job centres

(Source: The Human Rights and Minorities Department of the Slovak Cabinet Office)

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