UNAR works with private and public institutions on strategic plans to avoid discrimination.
As a national point of contact identified by the Government, Unar works in tandem with public and private entities, with the adoption of strategic plans aimed at identifying objectives, measures and concrete actions able to avoid and compensate for discriminatory situations.
These are long-term programs, such as the LGBT National Strategy, the National Strategy for Inclusion of Roma, Sinti and Caminanti and the three-year action plan against racism. These plans necessarily require the implementation of complex governance, including institutions at central, regional and local level, civil society, social partners and other subjects involved in various capacities in matters of competence.
To know more about it :
LGBT National Strategy
The LGBT National Strategy (Lesbian – Gay – Bisexual – Trans) is a document produced by the Department for Equal Opportunities and by UNAR to provide concrete measures and actions in order to prevent and fight discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Read more
The goal of the National Strategy for Inclusion of Roma, Sinti and Caminanti (RSC) has been to run for almost a decade (2012-2020 ) a concrete activity of inclusion of the Roma, Sinti and Caminanti, definitively overcoming the emergency phase that, in the past years, had characterized the action in large urban areas. Read more
National Action Plan against Racism, Xenophobia and Intolerance (2014-2016)
The National Action Plan against Racism, Xenophobia and intolerance is a three-year program of measures aimed at making systematic and effective the principle of equal treatment and non-discrimination. Read more