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Africans have faced racial discrimination while trying to flee Ukraine, but this is not an isolated issue. Systematic racism has set Africans up to receive maltreatment, even in times of crisis.
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The Special Olympics (SO) movement is leveraging the role of schools to boost inclusion through its Unified Schools programme.
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US government sues Uber for charging disabled people unfair fees
The app allegedly charged disabled people for waiting time incurred while they got into its vehicles. Uber says it refunded all affected passengers who asked to be paid back.
Britain drops 'discriminatory' blood donation question
The question, which asks if the donor has had sex in countries where HIV/AIDs is common, will finally be removed from screening forms.
Portugal moves to outlaw anti-gay blood donation prejudice
Portugal's parliament has passed four new laws preventing discrimination against blood donors based on their sexual orientation.
Poland discriminated against gay mother in custody battle, says court
A Polish mother has been awarded €10,000 in damages after she lost custody of her children by starting a relationship with another woman.
Menopause discrimination: Could a new law protect UK women at work?
UK law doesn't have protections for women being discriminated against because of menopause. That needs to change, says one MP.
Blizzard president leaves game company amid sexual harassment scandal
One of the world's biggest game studios is rocked by its own #MeToo moment after California officials sue over harassment and discrimination claims.
German court rules women can participate in traditional fishing event
A German court has ruled that women should be allowed to take part in Fischertag, a traditional fishing event in the Bavarian town of Memmingen.
NGOs take France to court over 'discriminatory' police checks
Several court rulings across France in recent years have found identity checks carried out by police were discriminatory.
Nine out of ten hate crimes going unreported, EU report claims
Many hate crime victims do not report attacks because they find the process too bureaucratic or do not trust the police, a new report from the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights found.
Italian PM rebukes Vatican over LGBT bill criticism
The Holy See has objected to the formulation of an Italian bill that seeks to strengthen measures to prevent and combat discrimination and violence on the grounds of sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability.
Vatican accused of 'meddling' in Italy's LGBT bill
The Vatican sent a letter to Rome formally opposing a proposed Italian bill expanding anti-discrimination protections to the LGBT community, according to media reports.
Europe's ethnic minorities 'more likely' to be stopped by police
The report, from the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), was published a year after the murder of George Floyd.
Twitter's photo crop algorithm is biased toward white faces and women
A team of researchers found the social media giant’s auto-cropping tool most strongly discriminated in favour of white women.
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French Minister, Elisabeth Moreno, calls for greater equality post-covid
"Violence kills, it physically kills people, it kills dreams, it kills ambitions" - French Minister Delegate for Gender Equality, Diversity and Equal Opportunities, Elisabeth Moreno, gives her insight on equality, domestic violence, the pandemic and LGBT+ rights.
EU needs 'holistic approach' to tackle racial discrimination
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Helena Dalli gives the latest on what the EU is doing to tackle inequalities
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Will publishing salaries help gender equality in Europe's workplaces?
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Romania to introduce law against anti-Roma hate speech
Romanian President Klaus Iohannis promulgated the legislation which could see citizens imprisoned for up to 10 years for hate speech against the Roma community.
Protests in Brazil after black man beaten by supermarket security
People protested in a Carrefour supermarket in Rio de Janeiro after the death of a Black man beaten by white security guards at another branch in Porto Alegre. The killing has sparked outrage on social networks and overshadowed Brazil's Black Consciousness Day, a holiday in several states.
Killing of black man at supermarket sparks protests across Brazil
The man died after being beaten by supermarket security on the eve of Brazil's annual Black Consciousness Day, sparking angry protests at Carrefour shops across the country.
Will women ever win the race to equality in sport?
Women in sport share their experiences of gender inequality - in this episode of Unreported Europe on Euronews.