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Genderace research findings outlines the significant impact of gender on racialised/ethnicised discrimination

[Brussels, June 2010] Based on a study of 914 case law and complaint files, 120 interviews of foreign nationals and embers of ethnic minorities and over 60 interviews of stakeholders, NGOS and social partners, including lawyers dealing with complaints, the Genderace research project demonstrates the significant impact that gender has on racialised/ethnicised discrimination despite a frequent lack of perception by those affected by and dealing with racial discrimination. Gender makes a difference in where and how individuals experience discrimination and in how they react to and handle the situation.

Read the policy brief outlining key findings and policy recommendations here and the final report here.

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