If you consider that you have been a victim or a witness of an act of discrimination we would suggest that you contact the National Equality Body in your country of residence. EU anti-discrimination legislation provides that each Member State shall have (at least) one such equality body with the power to, among other, give independent assistance to victims of discrimination. The equality bodies are specialised authorities whose staff are trained and experienced to handle cases of discrimination.
The possibilities of each equality body to help victims depend on the national legislation of each State, but they can include, for instance:
The national equality body of your State of residence is therefore best adapted to handle individual cases of discrimination and the most likely to be able to help you, or to redirect you.
EQUINET is a network regrouping these national equality bodies, and you will find all necessary contact information for them here.