What is discrimination?
Discrimination is the less favourable treatment or degradation of people based on grounds as race, ethnic origin, gender, age, religion or belief.
Experience of discrimination can be diverse, ranging from small everyday remarks to criminal offences. They may include prejudice, disparagement, microaggressions, entry barriers or violence.
Discrimination is prohibited in Germany. The General Act of Equal Treatment (Allgemeines Gleichbehandlungsgesetz) is the central set of regulations for protection against discrimination. It defines what is meant by discrimination.
You have become a victim of discrimination and would like to make a stand against this? We will support and advise you on how to proceed.
Our counselling complies with the standards of the advd (Antidiscrimination Associaton of Germany)
We listen to you
We are on your side
We inform you about your rights
We develop a strategy of action together
We support you in standing up for your rights
We follow a horizontal approach and thereby consider all personal features to be equally worth protecting
The counselling is confidential
The counselling is free of charge
Accessibility: Our rooms are located in the city centre of Braunschweig, at Schuhstraße 24, 4th floor. Unfortunately, the rooms are not accessible for wheelchairs. If necessary and after prior appointment, the counselling can take place in other barrier-free rooms.
Do you need an interpreter for a counselling appointment? Just contact us.
Telephone: 0160 4824495