THE EVOLUTION OF MULTIPLE DISCRIMINATION TODAY
Democracy and human rights achieve indestructible unity; democracy marks the emancipation of
the people, their becoming as a subject of government, emancipation presupposes the power of selfdetermination
of each person, thus endowing them with the rights that are inherent as man and citizen.
By adhering to international documents, the states of the world commit themselves to take
legislative and administrative action, acting progressively, using appropriate means, to exercise these
rights without discrimination.
Discrimination is a dynamic concept whose content and approach is continually evolving.
The proposed specific objective is the conceptual clarification regarding multiple discrimination
and the research and approach way of this type of discrimination by state institutions. Thus, it can be
dealt with in two respects: a) multiple discrimination as additional discrimination addressed uniaxially
and b) multiple discrimination as intersectional discrimination.
Collaboration between state institutions has the role of reducing discrimination and encourages
the development of back-up actions in support of effective combating of all forms of discrimination.
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