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2015 Annual Report

Summary of the Annual Report for 2015 of the Ombudswoman for Gender Equality of Croatia.

Gender Equality Ombudsperson

visnjaljubiciccvOn October 28th 2011, the Croatian Parliament appointed Ms. Višnja Ljubičić as the new Ombudswoman for Gender Equality, the head of the Ombudsperson for Gender Equality, an independent body for combating discrimination in the area of gender equality.

Curriculum Vitae

Višnja Ljubičić, Ombudswoman for Gender Equality of the Republic of Croatia


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About Us

Gender equality is one of the fundamental values of the constitutional order of the Republic of Croatia. In 2003, upon the proposal of the Croatian Government, the first Gender Equality Ombudsperson was appointed by the Croatian Parliament in accordance to the Gender Equality Act adopted in 2003 for the first time (Official Gazette 116/03).

In 2008, Croatian Parliament adopted a new Gender Equality Act (Official Gazette 82/08) according to which the Gender Equality Ombudsperson performs the tasks of an independent body in charge of combating discrimination in the field of gender equality.

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2014 Annual Report

Summary of the Annual Report for 2014 of the Ombudswoman for Gender Equality of Croatia

Attachments:
Download this file (IZVJESCE 2014 - ENG01072015.pdf)Summary of 2014 Annual Report[ ]306 Kb

Gender Equality Act

Croatian Parliament adopted the first Gender Equality Act (GEA) at its 33rd session on July 14 2003. (75 „in favour”, 14 „reserved”). On January 16th 2008 the Constitutional Court abolished Gender Equality Act due to the formal inconsistency with the Croatian Constitution. Gender Equality Act was rated as organic law and it should have been adopted with the majority of all parlamentarians –  at least 76. The validity of the first Gender Equality Act ceased on July 15th 2008, when the second GEA was adopted and has ever since been in force. Herewith is an unofficial translation of GEA.

2013 Annual Report

Summary of the Annual Report of the Gender Equality Ombudswoman for 2013

Attachments:
Download this file (Annual Report 2013.pdf)Annual Report 2013.pdf[ ]312 Kb

2012 Annual Report

Summary of Annual Report for 2012

Attachments:
Download this file (IZVJESCE 2012 - ENG2-KB.pdf)2012 Annual Report Summary[ ]341 Kb

Anti-discrimination Act

On January 1st 2009 the Anti-discrimination Act came into force. It provides for the protection and promotion of equality as the highest value of the constitutional order of the Republic of Croatia, creates prerequisistes for the realisation of equal opportunities and regulates protection against discrimination on the grounds of race or etchic affiliation or colour, gender, language, religion, political or other belief, national or social origin, property, trade union membership, education, social status, marital or family status, age, health condition, disability, genertic heritage, native identity, expression or sexual orientation. The Act shall apply to the conduct of all state bodies, bodies of local and regional self-government units, legal persons vested with public authority and to the conduct of all legal and natural persons. Herewith is an unofficial translation of the Act.

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Download this file (Croatian Anti-discrimination Act.pdf)Croatian Anti-discrimination Act.pdf[ ]123 Kb

2011 Annual Report

Summary of Annual Report for 2011

2010 Annual Report

Summary of Annual Report for 2010 will be uploaded soon.

2009 Annual Report

Attached: Full Annual Report for 2009 in pdf.

Attachments:
Download this file (Annual Report 2009.pdf)Annual Report 2009.pdf[ ]288 Kb

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    The Ombudsperson for Gender Equality monitors the enforcement of the Gender Equality Act and other regulations on gender equality and reports to the Croatian Parliament at least once a year.

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