Whether the exclusion of persons with a severe speech impairment from eligibility for disability allowance is compatible with the principle of non-discrimination as stipulated by Hungary’s Fundamental Law
The district court considered it discrimination on ground of ethnic origin when the employment contracts of two Roma women were terminated because they used the traditional Roma skirt in their work as hairdressers. The Non-Discrimination Ombudsman assisted the women in court because of the principal importance of the case.
This flash speaks of proposed legislation that could reintroduce elements other than consent in the definition of sexual aggressions.
The reform proposal was to be voted on at the end of April 2023. It is not a proposal any longer and has entered into force.
School bullying and intra-school violence as forms of violation of the principle of equal treatment – Lack of a gender-based violence and intersectionality approach
A survivor’s pension granted to unmarried daughters of deceased civil servants under more favourable conditions than those provided for unmarried sons within an occupational social security scheme.
Despite its extension from 6 to 9 months, the ‘special leave for maternity protection’ is still in breach of Directives 2006/54 and 2019/1158 to the extent that is not accorded to fathers as holders of the right although it should be considered as parental leave.
Strengthening the protection of persons with disabilities against discrimination and improvement of conditions of accessibility for persons with disabilities in all the country's courthouses
Despite the introduction of innovative administrative fines for breaches of the prohibition of violence and harassment at work, Act 4808/2021, ratifying ILO 190, still falls behind its scope
New provision on adoptive leave sets the time of the payment of the allowance in consistency with the time of entitlement to the adoptive leave, albeit with no retroactive effect