Topic: Discrimination and Equality


Young People, Race and the Police: Finding the Remix

Young people from 14 cities around the world are meeting to share ideas and experiences in the struggle to end discriminatory policing.

June 24, 2014 | Rachel Neild

Beware an Uncertain Dawn in the Dominican Republic

A new law supposedly creates a pathway to citizenship for thousands of Dominicans of Haitian descent, after years of discrimination. But it has fundamental flaws.

June 13, 2014 | Julia Harrington Reddy

Bringing Justice to Education and Development in Nepal

Government funding for Dalit students in the Far-Western Region of Nepal wasn’t getting through. Then a community member with basic legal training started asking questions.

April 29, 2014 | Peter Chapman & Ananda Koirala

British Parliamentarians Raise Statelessness Concerns

British parliamentarians have voiced serious concerns over proposals that would change the conditions under which the government can strip nationality from naturalized British citizens.

March 21, 2014 | Simon Cox

Don’t Be Fooled by the Dominican Republic’s Judicial Laundering of Racism

The Dominican Republic is making a mockery of the rule of law, as it stands behind a constitutional ruling that makes hundreds of thousands of its people stateless.

March 11, 2014 | Julia Harrington Reddy
Briefing Paper

Opinion on Clause 60 of UK Immigration Bill and Article 8 of UN Convention on Reducing Statelessness

This legal opinion concludes that a proposed move to remove previously allowed protections against statelessness would put the UK in breach of the 1961 Statelessness Convention.

March 11, 2014
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Fact Sheet

UK Must Not Undermine Global Battle against Statelessness

A summary of the issues at stake, as the upper house of the UK parliament considers a proposal that would allow the government to make people stateless.

March 11, 2014
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Case Watch: UK Appeals Court Disregards Evidence that Stop and Search is Discriminatory

There is a wealth of research that stop and search practices pursued by the Met are unfair. But courts refuse to look at the numbers.

February 18, 2014 | Rebekah Delsol & Leah Wissow

Case Watch: European Union's Top Court Reinforces Same-Sex Partnership Rights

A recent ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) should harmonize the provision of employment benefits to same-sex legal partnerships in EU countries.

December 18, 2013 | Zsolt Bobis

Equality Under Pressure: Challenging Ethnic Profiling by Dutch Police

Sidney Mutueel is a chief inspector in the Dutch police. He has been a police officer for over twenty three years. Yet when he is off duty, he gets stopped and checked by the police. Why? Because he is black.

November 28, 2013 | Gerbrig Klos & Rebekah Delsol
Sidney Mutueel

Equality Under Pressure: The Impact of Ethnic Profiling in the Netherlands

The Dutch pride themselves on being members of an open, tolerant, and fair society. But for a growing number of people in the Netherlands, this ideal is being put under pressure by proactive police actions.

November 2013
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Briefing Paper

Case Digests: International Standards on Ethnic Profiling: Decisions and Comments from the UN system

A review of key legal-standards, including jurisprudence and commentaries, from the UN human rights system on the legal prohibition of ethnic profiling.

November 2016
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Case Watch: Court Rulings Juxtapose Stark Regional Differences on Gay Rights

Two important European court rulings have stengthened legal support of the rights of sexual minorities.

November 14, 2013 | Zsolt Bobis

In German Schools, a Quiet but Deep Discrimination Problem

Testimonies of students, parents and teachers paint a bleak picture of the challenges facing children from “migration background” in Berlin schools.

October 29, 2013 | Zsolt Bobis
A woman standing.
Fact Sheet

Discrimination in German Schools

A summary of key facts that point to a structural problem with discrimination against children of migrant families in Gemany's schools

November, 2013
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Standing Up for Equality in Germany’s Schools

Why do children of “migration background” often perform significantly worse at school than their native German counterparts? The problem is discrimination.

October 2013
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New European Campaign Seeks Action on Ending Statelessness Grantee Spotlight

The European Network on Statelessness, launched in June last year, has just launched a year-long campaign seeking to improve protection for stateless persons in Europe.

October 16, 2013 | Chris Nash

Dominican Republic: How Statelessness Threatens Women and Families

As the Dominican Republic hosts a regional conference on women's rights, tens of thousands of Dominican women of Haitian descent face the prospect of being stripped of their nationality.

October 16, 2013 | Liliana Gamboa & Laura Bingham

Case Watch: Paris Court Rebuffs Police Discrimination Complaint

A French court ruling effectively prevents any judicial remedy for people who are singled out by police for stops based on their ethnic appearance.

October 11, 2013 | Lanna Hollo & Zsolt Bobis

Case Watch: UK Supreme Court Delivers Victory Against Statelessness in Al-Jedda Case

The UK Supreme Court has said no individual should be made stateless by the government, even if they could in theory apply for another nationality elsewhere.

October 08, 2013 | Simon Cox
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