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Each fifth person in Croatia has been discriminated against at least once in the last five years, most frequently in labour, employment and health care. However, even 68% of them did not seek for help, considering that such situation would not change or that it would worsen. These are some of the results of the „Survey on Attitudes and Level of Awareness on Forms of Discrimination“, which the Office of the Ombudswoman has presented on 11 September 2017 in the European House.

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Draft Act on Ombudsman for Children does not allow an independent work of this institution, primarily because it envisages a dismissal of the Ombudsman in case of the rejection of the annual report. Furthermore, due to a formal narrative of the Constitutional Court decision regarding annulment of the previous Act, it remains unclear why the Draft Act stipulates that the government shall at latest within 90 days from entering into force of this Act, propose to the Croatian parliament a new Ombudsman for Children.

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