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2019

  • 31/12/2019 - Special report
    - Equal Treatment - Special Report 2019
    In 2019, the Greek Ombudsman recorded an increase of 31% -in comparison to 2018- in citizens' reports on issues of equal treatment by public bodies and individuals. This has been the largest increase since 2016 - when the Independent Authority was entrusted with the relevant responsibility.

2018

  • 31/12/2018 - Special report
    - Equal Treatment - Special Report 2018
    This Special Report illustrates the Greek Ombudsman’ activity as the national body for promoting the principle of equal treatment, in the year 2018.
  • 21/09/2018 - Summary
    - Unequal treatment between mothers and fathers with children unable to engage in gainful employment
    The Ombudsman submitted a Findings Report to the Secretary-General for Social Security and subsequently to the Deputy Minister for Social Security, proposing a legislative initiative, under which the conditions for entitlement to old-age pension of parents with children unable to any gainful employment become gender neutral.
  • 28/03/2018 - Summary
    - The invitation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for recruiting experts is contrary to the principle of equal treatment
    The Ombudsman examined an invitation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs concerning the recruitment of five experts, which excludes the participation of candidates: a. Who are Greek citizens by naturalisation but have not completed 3 years since the acquisition of the Greek nationality b. Who have not reached the age of 32 c. Who suffer from serious cardiovascular or respiratory or renal or contagious diseases or serious diseases of the nervous system.
  • 09/01/2018 - Press release
    - Protection from dismissal for adoptive mothers
    Protection from dismissal for adoptive mothers has been achieved by the Greek Ombudsman. Under Law No 4488/2017 which was adopted recently (Article 48), following the intervention of the Independent Authority, the same protection from dismissal which is in force for biological mothers, has been extended to women who are in the process of adopting. At the same time, protection against dismissal has been provided for working surrogate mothers, as well as the mothers who are expecting a child through surrogacy.

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