Slovak National Centre for Human Rights issued its 2014 Annual Report.
In course of 2014, the Slovak National Centre for Human Rights:
Underlined and supported the necessity of integration of Roma people and launched the project ‘Let’s Learn More Together’- a series of training activities of the Centre in Roma communities in the area of promoting and awareness rising on non-discrimination, labour law and human trafficking;
Trained students, young people with disabilities, convicted and members of police forces. In addition, 81 employees of the Offices of Labour, Social Affairs and Family all around Slovakia were trained on ‘Discrimination and Mobbing at Workplace’;
Published expert opinions regarding discrimination in employment and access to employment including harassment at workplace and bossing, and expert opinions concerning discrimination in the area of goods and services.
For further information see the attached 2014 Annual Report on the Activities of the Slovak National Centre for Human Rights.