• MEUSAC

  • European Union committed to combatting discrimination and intolerance

  • UĦM VOICE OF THE WORKERS


  • Through the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme 2014-2020, the EU defends the rights and freedoms that people are entitled to under EU law. There are various types of discriminaton and intolerance that one may experience at one’s place of work, such as those based on age, gender, race, ethnicity, impairment and/or sexual orientation. The two main objectives of this programme - to promote non-discrimination and to combat racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance – aim to address such issues.


    In the last few months, the European Commission published a call for proposals for projects run by public and/or private legal entities that aim to “prevent and combat racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance”. Intolerance under this call includes: anti-Semitism; xenophobia and anti-migrant hatred; anti-Muslim hatred and intolerance; homophobia, transphobia, anti-gypsyism, Afrophobia and hate crimes against persons with disabilities.


    The call supports various activities, such as exhange of best practices, the development of tools to improve responses to such crime, the provision of support to victims of hate crime, capacity building activities and strengthening cooperation between key actors.


    For further information on EU funding opportunities kindly call MEUSAC on 2200 3300 or send an e-mail to funding.meusac@gov.mt.






Union Ħaddiema Magħqudin (Malta)
General Headquarters
“Dar Reggie Miller”
St Thomas Street
Floriana FRN 1123
Malta

Email: info@uhm.org.mt
Telephone: (+356) 2590 5000



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ISSUE 165 JUl 13





  • MEUSAC

  • European Union committed to combatting discrimination and intolerance

  • UĦM VOICE OF THE WORKERS


  • Through the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme 2014-2020, the EU defends the rights and freedoms that people are entitled to under EU law. There are various types of discriminaton and intolerance that one may experience at one’s place of work, such as those based on age, gender, race, ethnicity, impairment and/or sexual orientation. The two main objectives of this programme - to promote non-discrimination and to combat racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance – aim to address such issues.


    In the last few months, the European Commission published a call for proposals for projects run by public and/or private legal entities that aim to “prevent and combat racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance”. Intolerance under this call includes: anti-Semitism; xenophobia and anti-migrant hatred; anti-Muslim hatred and intolerance; homophobia, transphobia, anti-gypsyism, Afrophobia and hate crimes against persons with disabilities.


    The call supports various activities, such as exhange of best practices, the development of tools to improve responses to such crime, the provision of support to victims of hate crime, capacity building activities and strengthening cooperation between key actors.


    For further information on EU funding opportunities kindly call MEUSAC on 2200 3300 or send an e-mail to funding.meusac@gov.mt.















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Floriana FRN 1123 Malta

Telephone:   (+356) 2590 5000
Email:   info@uhm.org.mt
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