Second conference of the South East European equality bodies, organised in Zagreb on 30th October 2017 by the Ombudswoman for Gender Equality, Višnja Ljubičić, focused on „Challenges in collecting statistics on discrimination grounds“.

Deputy Ombudswoman Tena Šimonović Einwalter highlighted the necessity for collecting indicators of discrimination while informing the participants on variety of data which the Office of the Ombudswoman collects in order to objectively report to the Parliament and public on the occurrence of discrimination. She also presented the results of the Survey on the level of discrimination awareness, conducted in 2016 as one of methods for collecting quantitative data on discrimination occurrence as well.

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Migrants must be informed about their rights in order to be able to use them and seek protection if they are not respected. In practice, however, this is often not the case, as showed the report “*Migrants’ right to information: from key findings to evidence-based recommendations for policy makers”, which ENNHRI presented on 17th October in the European parliament in Brussels.

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