European Testing Campaign 2016
Alarming racial discriminations on the Labour Market across Europe
No less than 11%, up to 84% of applicants racially discriminated against in the job market: the alarming peaks
From January to April 2016, the European Grassroots Antiracist Movement has conducted in nine countries a European Testing campaign to evaluate the levels of racial discrimination in the job market. The 2016 European Situation Testing Campaign on Racial Discrimination in the Labor Market was carried out by EGAM, with the involvement of the following organizations : ZARA (Austria), Mrax (Belgium), Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (Bulgaria), Czech Helsinki Committee (Czech Republic), SOS Mod Racism (Denmark), SOS Racisme (France), Amadeu Antonio Stiftung (Germany), Netzwerk Rassismus-und Diskriminierungsfreies Bayern e.V. (Germany), SOS Razzismo (Italy), Youth Initiative for Human Rights Kosovo (Kosovo), Civic Alliance (Montenegro), Youth Initiative for Human Rights Serbia (Serbia), Ekvilib Institute (Slovenia), Malmo Mot Diskriminering (Sweden), IHD – Human Rights Association (Turkey), The Institute of Partnership and Sustainable Development (Ukraine).
Contact person, responsible for research in Ukraine, expert of IPSD: Olena Berezhniuk
The results, presented in the graphic below, show alarming peaks:
*Italy sent a total of 30 tests, testing a variety of target groups – the largest number of tests (14) were sent for the target group from Sub-Saharan Africa