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Legal Protection Against Discrimination in South East Europe

Legal Protection Against Discrimination in South East Europe

Anti-discrimination is anchored in the constitution of the South East European (SEE) countries and is expressed in their substantive law. SEE countries are faced to reaffirm the strong focus on the principle of "fundamentals first" and to prioritise reforms in the key areas of rule of law, including fighting discrimination. Nevertheless the enforcement of anti-discrimination legislation in practice in SEE countries is not on satisfactory level due to many complex reasons behind.

In the framework of the project, multidisciplinary regional research on anti-discrimination in SEE countries was carried out by eighteen national experts (13 professors in law, 2 judges, 1 attorney and 2 NGO representatives) and one international expert from BIM.

The papers compiled in this book present the expert’s results and findings from the implemented comprehensive regional research and comparative overview of anti-discrimination in SEE countries.
Liegl, Barbara
Mandro Balili, Arta
Kola-Tafaj, Flutura
Čolaković, Maja
Grubešić, Ivana
Idžaković, Fedra
Izmirlija, Midhat
Meškić, Zlatan
Bodiroga-Vukobrat, Nada
Vinković, Mario
Petričušić, Antonija
Osmani, Naim
Morina, Visar
Tsatsa Nikolovska, Margarita
Georgievski, Atanas
Mihajlova, Elena
Jelić, Ivana
Armenko, Snežana
Krstić Davinić, Ivana
Centre for SEELS
2016