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(First results from a recent Eurobarometer survey show that attitudes towards homosexuality vary widely across EU Member States. An average of 44% of EU citizens believe that marriages between same-sex couples should be allowed. Acceptance levels range from 82% in The Netherlands to 12% in Latvia. Marriage -or similar union- is currently possible in the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Sweden and the UK. Openness to adoption of children by homosexual couples is more limited. Only 32% of the European public support the idea)

(The present joint report is submitted by five holders of mandates of special procedures of the Commission on Human Rights who have been jointly following the situation of detainees held at theUnited States Naval Base at Guantánamo Bay since June 2004)

(Thematic Comment No3 – by the E.U. Network of Independent Experts on Fundamental Rights (CFR-CDF))

(a Final Report on the “TRAILER Project” produced by the “European Dialogue”)

(a European Commission staff working document)

(A research study written by Sergi Jimenez-Marti, Natalia Jorgensen & Jose Maria Labeaga and financed by the European Commission)

(a Study made by Jacques Dahan, Joan Stavo-Debauge & Dominique Thomas-Hislaire examining the statistical data available at the international, European and national levels that might contribute to an evaluation of the progress made in equality and anti-discrimination issue)

(Flash Report of Nassos Theodoridis for the European network of legal experts in the non-discrimination field)

(Flash report by Nassos Theodoridis for the European network of legal experts in the non-discrimination field)

(A Study coordinated by the European Roma Rights Centre and the Roma Education Fund)

(written by Emmanuelle Bribosia and Isabelle Rorive on behalf of the European Network of Legal Experts in the Non-Discrimination Field)

(published by the “European Network of Legal Experts in the non-discrimination field”)

(an edition of the European Network of Legal Experts in the field of non- discrimination)

(covering the period from 1 January 2011 to 31 December 2011)

(an EU-wide survey of FRA)

  • (a legal anaysis by the European network of legal experts in gender equality and non-discrimination)