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Publications Network of legal experts in the gender equality field

The European Network of Legal Experts in the field of Gender Equality has authored numerous reports which have been published by the European Commission. Please see the overview below.

Please feel free to download the PDF version(s) or to order hardcopies (if available) via the links provided below. For larger orders (i.e. seminars etc.) please contact the EUROPA Publication Office.

European Gender Equality law reviews

European Gender Equality law review 2014-1 (June 2014)
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European  Gender Equality law review 2013-2 (January 2014)
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European Gender Equality law review 2013-1 (June 2013)
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European Gender Equality law review 2012-2 (November 2012)
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European Gender Equality law review 2012-1 (June 2012)
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European Gender Equality law review 2011-2 (November 2011)
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European Gender Equality law review 2011-1 (May 2011)
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European Gender Equality law review 2010-2 (December 2010)
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European Gender Equality law review 2010-1 (June 2010)
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European Gender Equality law review 2009-2 (December 2009)
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European Gender Equality law review 2009-1 (June 2009)
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European Gender Equality law review 2008-2 (November 2008)
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European Gender Equality law review 2008-1 (August 2008)
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General reports

Gender Equality Law in 33 European Countries: How are EU rules transposed into national law? (February 2014)
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FR summary DE summary

EU Gender Equality Law - Update 2013 (January 2014)
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Gender Equality Law in 33 European Countries - Update 2011 (January 2012)
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Gender Equality Law in 33 European Countries - Update 2010 (February 2011)
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FR DE

EU Gender Equality Law - Update 2010 (December 2010)
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Gender Equality Law in 30 European Countries 2009 update (October 2009)
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Gender Equality Law in 30 European Countries (November 2008)
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EU Gender Equality Law (September 2008)
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Thematic reports

Self-Employed - The implementation of Directive 2010/41 on the application of the principle of equal treatment between men and women engaged in an activity in a self-employed capacity
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The Implementation of Parental Leave Directive 2010/18 in 33 European Countries
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Sex Discrimination in Relation to Part-Time and Fixed-Term Work - The application of EU and national law in practice in 33 European countries (November 2013)
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Fighting Discrimination on the Grounds of Pregnancy, Maternity and Parenthood - The application of EU and national law in practice in 33 European countries (November 2012)
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FR summary DE summary

The Personal Scope of the EU Sex Equality Directives (September 2012)
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FR summary DE summary

Harassment related to Sex and Sexual Harassment Law in 33 European Countries - Discrimination versus Dignity (November 2011)
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The Transposition of Recast Directive 2006/54/EC - Update 2011 (August 2011)
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EU Rules on Gender Equality: How are they transposed into national law? - Update 2010 (December 2010)
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Direct and Indirect Gender Discrimination in Old-Age Pensions in 33 European Countries (December 2010)
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Making Equality Effective: The role of proactive measures (December 2009)
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The Concepts of Equality and Non-Discrimination in Europe: A practical approach (November 2009)
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EU Rules on Gender Equality: How are they transposed into national law? (August 2009)
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Multiple Discrimination in EU Law Opportunities for legal responses to intersectional gender discrimination? (July 2009)
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Sex Discrimination in the Access to and Supply of Goods and Services and the Transposition of Directive 2004/113/EC (May 2009)
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The Transposition of Recast Directive 2006/54/EC (February 2009)
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European Commission publications drafted by the network

Various comparative analyses and thematic reports were drafted by the European Network of Legal Experts in the Non-Discrimination Field and published by the European Commission in order to address specific issues of concern. Please feel free to download the PDF version(s) or to order hardcopies (if available) via the links provided below. For larger orders (i.e. seminars etc.) please contact the EUROPA Publication Office.

Comparative analyses published so far:

Developing Anti-Discrimination Law in Europe - The 28 EU Member States, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey compared (October 2013)
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Developing Anti-Discrimination Law in Europe - The 27 EU Member States, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey compared (October 2012)
EN only, Hardcopy

Developing Anti-Discrimination Law in Europe - The 27 EU Member States, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey compared (November 2011)
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Developing Anti-Discrimination Law in Europe - The 27 EU Member States, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey compared (November 2010)
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Developing Anti-Discrimination Law in Europe - The 27 EU Member States compared (November 2009)
EN, FR, DE, Hardcopy

Thematic Reports published so far:

Discrimination of Roma children in education
(November 2013)
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Reasonable accommodation beyond disability in Europe?
(September 2013)
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Summaries FR DE

National protection beyond the two EU Anti-discrimination Directives - The grounds of religion and belief, disability, age and sexual orientation beyond employment
(September 2013)
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Summaries FR DE

Discrimination in Housing
(February 2013)
EN, FR

The Evolution and Impact of the Case-Law of the Court of Justice of the European Union on Directives 2000/43/EC and 2000/78/EC
(November 2012)
EN only, Hardcopy

Trans and intersex people. Discrimination on the grounds of sex, gender identity and gender expression
(June 2011)
EN, DE, FR, Hardcopy

Comparative study of anti-discrimination and equality laws of the US, Canada, South Africa and India
(February 2012)
EN only, Hardcopy

The prohibition of discrimination under European Human Rights Law: relevance for the EU non-discrimination Directives
EN only, Hardcopy

How to Present a Discrimination Claim: Handbook on seeking remedies under the EU Non-discrimination Directives
EN only, Hardcopy

Age and employment
EN only, Hardcopy

In search of a balance between the right to equality and other fundamental rights
EN, FR, DE, Hardcopy

Links between migration and discrimination
EN, FR, DE, Hardcopy

Disability and non-discrimination law in the European Union
EN, FR, DE, Hardcopy

Limits and Potential of the concept of indirect discrimination
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, FR, DE, Hardcopy

Segregation of Roma children in education: addressing structural discrimination through the Race Equality Directive
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, FR, DE, Hardcopy

Beyond formal equality: positive action under Directives 2000/43/EC and 2000/78/EC
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, FR, DE, Hardcopy

Measuring discrimination: data collection and EU equality law
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, FR, DE, Hardcopy

Religion and belief: discrimination in employment - the EU law
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, FR, DE, Hardcopy

Catalysts for change: equality bodies according to Directive 2000/43/EC
EN, FR, DE, Hardcopy

Equal rights versus special rights? Minority protection and the prohibition of discrimination
EN, FR, DE, Hardcopy

Remedies and sanctions in EC non-discrimination law', ‘Age discrimination and European Law
EN, FR, DE, Hardcopy

Age discrimination and European Law
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, FR, DE, Hardcopy

The prohibition of discrimination under European Human Rights Law: relevance for EU Racial and Employment Equality Directives
EN, FR, DE, Hardcopy

How to order publications

To order your hard copy of an issue of the Law Review of the former The European Network of Legal Experts in the Non-discrimination Field, please go to our order page

To order your hard copy of a thematic report or a comparative analysis please refer to the links in the articles below.

All thematic reports and issues of the Law Reviews are available on this page for download.

Anti-discrimination Law Review issues

The European Anti-discrimination Law Review is a bi-annual publication which was produced by the former European Network of Legal Experts in the Non-Discrimination Field, in order to provide an overview of the latest developments falling within the scope of the two EC anti-discrimination directives. Each issue contains two articles on recent legal trends. In addition, there are updates on legal policy developments at the European level and updates from the case law of the European court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights. At the national level, the latest developments in non-discrimination law in the EU Member States, Croatia, FYR of Macedonia and Turkey are presented. All issues of European Anti-discrimination Law Review are available below for download:

Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 19
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 18
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 17
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 16
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 15
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 14
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 13
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 12
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 11
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 10
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 9
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 8
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 6/7
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 5
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 4
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 3
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 2
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Anti-discrimination Law Review - issue 1
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