Discrimination in Europe Research Paper by Jay Writtings LLC

Discrimination in Europe
An in-depth exploration of the discrimination and inequality in the health and social life of those in the European Union.
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Description:

The writer considers the measures the European Union has taken to ensure the rights, freedom and liberty of its members. The writer considers the findings of the Eurobarometer concerning the extent of discrimination within the European Union, as well as recent government policies on discrimination and how these are being implemented within the EU. In addition, the writer examines Madeleine Leininger's theory, Yannis Papadopoulos' ideas and the discrimination within the United Kingdom and how this compares with Europe. The writer also suggests what needs to be put into effect to ensure a European Union that is efficient and fair to all its citizens.

Outline:
Synopsis
Introduction
The Eurobarometer - Injustice Within Modern Europe
The Extent of Discrimination Throughout the European Community
Understanding Culture - A Key to Equality
Political Networking - Governance and Accountability
Differences Between the UK and Europe
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"The Racial Equality Directive and the Employment Framework Directive (2000) were formed to give all citizens of the EU a general minimum level of legal protection against discrimination. These directives, adding to the numerous laws that have been put into place during the past thirty years, were established to prevent people from being discriminated against on the grounds of ethnic origin, race, religion, age or sex. Initially formed to protect people within the workplace, the changing face of Europe has meant placing social and health rights at the top of Europe's agenda during recent years, as the Union faces the challenge of an emergent, cosmopolitan community."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • BBC World News, John Simpson, 2005 (Online) 'Violence Exposes France'sWeaknesses.' www.bbc.co.uk
  • CEHR, 2006http://www.cehr.org.uk/
  • Commission for Equality and Human Rights, 2006http://www.cehr.org.uk/
  • Eberlein, B. and Kerwer, D. (2004) 'New Governance in the European Union: A TheoreticalPerspective', Journal of Common Market Studies 42(1): 121-142.
  • European Conference: Building Social Policy on Fundamental Rights, Brussels, 11-12 October, 2005, pg 1.

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