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National Conference: Non-Discrimination Mainstreaming and Diversity Management: From Theory to Practice

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Deliverables

Το Ινστιτούτο Εργασίας Κύπρου (ΙΝΕΚ-ΠΕΟ) ανακοινώνει την έναρξη του προγράμματος με τίτλο ‘Action Against Discrimination:

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Workstream 2:

Mapping and Documenting Multiple Discrimination and Racism

Workstream 2 lasts for 6 months; it begins in November 2014 and in April 2015

The main objective of the workstream is the mapping, analysis, reporting and documenting of cases of multiple discrimination. To meet the objective, a research study will be carried out with individuals with multiple identities that experience discrimination and with other stakeholders in order to document experiences,opinions and thoughts around the issue of multiple discrimination. The second objective is the support of an existing mechanism (RADIAlert) of the co-beneficiary KISA that aims to document incidents of racism and discrimination in Cyprus.

Activities:

  1. Mapping study ‘Documentation of Multiple Discrimination and Consequences in Everyday Life’
  1. Video documentation of the 10 Case Studies on the ‘Documentation of Multiple Discrimination and Consequences in Everyday Life’
  1. Final report of the mapping study ‘Documentation of Multiple Discrimination and Its Consequences in Everyday Life’
  1. Journal Article on the ‘Documentation of Multiple Discrimination and Its Consequences in Everyday Life’
  1. Brochure on the main findings of the study on ‘Documentation of Multiple Discrimination and Its Consequences in Everyday Life’
  1. Support of the RADIAlert mechanism
  1. Production of a Flyer for the promotion of the RADIAlert mechanism.

 

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