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PhD, Professor Catalin ZAMFIR, Romanian Academy Member

PhD, Professor Asher BEN-ARIEH, Director of Haruv Institute, Ierusalim, Israel

PhD, Professor Gary B. MELTON, University of Colorado, Denver, USA

PhD, Professor John LUTZKER, Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA

PhD, Professor Michael J. PALMIOTTO, Wichita State University, Kansas, USA

PhD, Professor Jill KORBIN, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, USA

Professor Keith HALEY, Tiffin University, Ohio, USA

PhD, Professor Jimmy TAYLOR, Ohio University, Zanesville, Ohio, USA

PhD, Professor Andrea WIGFIELD, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom

PhD, Professor Elizabeth ECKERMANN, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia

PhD, Professor Renwu TANG, Dean of School of Management, Dean of Academy of Government at Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China

PhD, Professor Amitabh KUNDU, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi , India

PhD, Professor Claude MARTIN, Scientific Director of CNRS, Rennes University, France

PhD, Professor Munyae M. MULINGE, United States International University (USIU), Nairobi, Kenya

PhD, Professor Manuel Antonio GARRETON, Chile University, Santiago de Chile, Chile

PhD, Professor Renata FRANC, Social Science Institute "Ivo Pilar", Zagreb, Croatia

PhD, Professor Asun LLENA BERNE, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

PhD, Professor Nawab Ali KHAN, Saman bin Abduaziz University, Al Kharj, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

PhD, Professor Nicolae SALI, "Universitatea Libera Internationala din Moldova", Chisinau, Moldova

PhD, Professor Mihaela TOMIŢĂ, "Universitatea de Vest", Timisoara

PhD, Professor Valeriu IOAN-FRANC, Director Adjunct al Institutului National de Cercetari Economice

PhD, Professor Corina CACE, The Bucharest University of Economic Studies

PhD, Professor Mircea ALEXIU, "Universitatea de Vest", Timisoara

PhD, Professor Stefan COJOCARU, "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University, Iasi


ISSN

Print: 1582-8344

Electronic: 2247-6571


Articles:
DISCRIMINATION FORMS IN THE PROFESSIONAL AREA
Gabriel STOICIU, Raluca POPESCU, Ramona CARAMALĂU
COMPETITION IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY: IMPLICATION ON FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT
Ifeanyi Chris ONODUGO, Okoro E. U. OKORO, Benjamin A. AMUJIRI, Vincent A. ONODUGO


THE EUROPEAN LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK AGAINST DISCRIMINATION. AN OVERVIEW

Abstract
Discrimination is a phenomenon encountered in the majority of societies, and it reflects on various groups based by: race, nationality, religion, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, persuasions, belonging to a disfavoured group, age, handicap, non-transmissible chronic disease, HIV infection. Any individual may be exposed to discriminatory acts at a given time for one or the other reasons, in certain situations and contexts. Irrespective of the discrimination type to which an individual or a group is/are subject, it is important to act for combating and diminishing all forms of discrimination because any such form affects under one or the other aspect to a large extent significant groups of individuals. The present paper intends to analyse the European legal framework regarding discrimination, respectively mobbing on the labour market with emphasis on the situation of women. A series of normative acts at European level are presented and detailed which are intended to contribute in counteracting the discrimination and mobbing phenomena, as well as models from some countries of the European Union (Spain, Italy, France, Poland and Slovakia).
Keywords
legislative framework, discrimination, labour market, woman, equality of chances.

Author
Oana BANU
Ph.D. Student in Sociology, Research Institute for Quality of Life, Romanian Academy. Email: oana.banu10@gmail.com

How to cite
Banu, O. (2016). THE EUROPEAN LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK AGAINST DISCRIMINATION. AN OVERVIEW, Journal of Community Positive Practices, Nr. 3/2016, 67-84


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