The AEPD states in Article 5 that people with disabilities shall not be discriminated against. This is a general rule concerning discrimination, covering all fields of discrimination. Article 10 specifies that employees in the public sector as well as in the private sector or in any other employment area shall not be discriminated against, neither in a direct nor in an indirect way. The anti-discrimination provisions in Article 10 also include the aspects of recruitment, payment, voluntary social security benefits, vocational training, occupational career and promotion, other working conditions, termination of employment, accessibility to job services, vocational training and other services outside an employment contract, membership and co-operation in trade unions, and conditions for the access to self-employment (Article 10 §1 lit. a to lit. k). There are no such legal provisions with respect to other grounds of discrimination, except gender (AEWM), where the provisions are similar to the AEPD.