Compilation of ECRI's general policy recommendations

The European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) was established by the Council of Europe in 1993. It is an independent human rights monitoring body specialised in questions relating to combating racism and intolerance. It is composed of independent and impartial members, who are appointed on the basis of their moral authority and recognised expertise in dealing with racism, xenophobia, antisemitism and intolerance.

One of the pillars of ECRI’s statutory activities is the preparation of General Policy Recommendations, which are addressed to all member States and provide guidelines which policy makers are invited to use when drawing up national strategies and policies in various areas.

ECRI has so far adopted fourteen General Policy Recommendations, which are presented in this publication.

Autors: Secretariat of ECRI Directorate General of Democracy Council of Europe
Valoda: Angļu