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TRACE - Transnational Cooperation for Equality


Employers, trade unions, governmental public bodies and NGOs all working together against discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation – that is TRACE, The Transnational Cooperation for Equality.

The TRACE project was founded under the EU Equal program, a program aimed at combating discrimination in the workplace. The project involves four countries: France, Lithuania, Slovenia and Sweden. The common interest is to abolish discrimination and the inequality of homosexual and bisexual people in the area of employment, and enable them to work under the same circumstances as their heterosexual colleagues.

TRACE Partners
The following projects are included in the TRACE partnership:

Deledios (France)
www.autrecercle.org
Contact: Cristophe Pretre
christophe.pretre@nordnet.fr

Open and Safe at Work.lt (Lithuania)
www.atviri.lt
Contact: Eduardas Platovas
edis@gay.lt

Partnership for Equality (Slovenia)
www.ljudmila.org/lesbo
Contact: Natasa Sukic
sekcijaskuc@mail.ljudmila.org

Beneath the Surface (Sweden)
www.ytan.se
Contact: Anette Sjodin
anette.sjodin@rfsl.se
TRACE - Transnational Cooperation for Equality



Download the TRACE brochure
» TRACE brochure (48 kB)

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