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2,540 discrimination reports from residents of G4 municipalities in 2020

In 2020, anti-discrimination services handled 2,540 discrimination reports from residents of the G4 municipalities of Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam and Utrecht. The municipal policy officers of the G4 have decided to work more together when it comes to inclusive and anti-discrimination policies. The antidiscrimination services (ADV's) already cooperate more which will strengthen the integrated approach even more. The G4 fact sheet is a first visible expression of this.

Every municipality in the Netherlands is required to set up a discrimination hotline. In many municipalities, this is a regional ADV. But not always, municipal ADVs also exist. In the four large municipalities it is arranged as follows. Residents of Amsterdam can report their discrimination at Meldpunt Discriminatie Regio Amsterdam (MDRA). In The Hague, Den Haag Meldt takes care of this task. Rotterdammers can turn to RADAR. In Utrecht, Art.1 Midden Nederland is available.

These four large municipalities have decided at the policy level to cooperate more among themselves. Therefore, it is only logical that the ADVs also cooperate more among themselves. This is why a joint publication has been brought out for the first time: the G4 Fact Sheet.

In the G4 Fact Sheet, ADV directors look back at the year 2020. What developments were relevant? What influence did the anti-Asian carnival song, the pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement have? And what lies in the near future? There is also an overview of discrimination reports made by residents of the G4 municipalities in 2020.

Click here To view the fact sheet.

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