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Cases addressed by the ombudsman

Cases categorized according to the prohibited grounds

The grounds that can be considered to be discriminatory are not arbitrary. The Antidiscrimination Act refers to race, ethnic origin, nationality, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion, belief and opinions. Other laws also include other grounds such as property, membership of trade unions or political parties and movements, family status, etc.

Cases concerning discrimination based on:

Cases categorized according to the areas

The prohibition of discriminatory conduct pursuant to the Antidiscrimination Act applies in employment, business, education, social area, healthcare, the provision of goods and services, including housing, to the extent that they are offered to the public, and in public administration.

Cases concerning discrimination in the area:


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