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Even though the German General Equal Treatment Act (Allgemeines Gleichbehandlungsgesetz) from 2006 provides a partly strong legal ruling, concerning the rights of affected individuals against discrimination, there are still substantial deficits in exercising these rights.
Particularly, discriminated persons often have difficulties in enforcing an effective legal protection against discrimination and in applying their right to non-discrimination in and out of court.
Welcome to the Online Handbook Active against Discrimination!
In which ways can civil society organisations and associations support individuals in court on the basis of the German Equal Treatment Act (Allgemeines Gleichbehandlungsgesetz)?
The Online Handbook is addressed at representatives and members of associations and counselling organisations, legal practitioners and others interested, without or with knowledge of non-discrimination and legal means for associations.
The forum offers exchange with others working in the same field and provides for discussions on recent and current developments in non-discrimination issues, for example in terms of political or legal alterations.
Users can create an own profile, look up other members and connect with them.
The project supported associations in fostering their practical competencies through consultation, by providing information and offering educational trainings, so as to enable them to utilize court and complaint mechanisms.
This also to promote their awareness of the socio-political task in the protection against discrimination and to strengthen their self-conception as being anti-discrimination associations.
And how are the German Court System and the International Complaint System organized?