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Increasing awareness about discrimination and human rights among the public actors working with disadvantaged groups

Supported by: EEA financial mechanism EEA, Norway financial mechanism and Slovak state budget

Project span: march 2009 –february 2010

Project team: Oľga Gyárfášová, Martina Sekulová

Main objective is to contribute to fundamental human rights awareness in Slovakia through increase of informativeness and suport perception of human rights and discrimination in Slovakia.  Project emphasizes two types of activities: Firstly, informative and edifying activities targeted to public actors (for example non-governmental organizations, etc.) working with disadvantaged groups. Secondly, reasearch and analytic activities focused on deeper understanding of multiple discrimination. Research outputs will be published and distributed to all relevant subjects. Dissemination of research outputs enable better understanding and increase awareness about human rights and antidiscrimination.


·         publication of the research outputs
.         interactive discussions with public actors

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