What happens with your report?
Here are the key steps in processing a report to Unia.
Have you reported a case of discrimination to Unia?
- If you have indicated that you do not wish to receive a response, your report will be recorded and analysed.
- Have you indicated that you would like to receive a response? And your report meets the criteria for admissibility?
1. Unia will first analyse whether it has the authority to process your report.
- If this is not the case, if possible, it will direct you to another specialised service.
- If the case falls within Unia’s competence, however, it will proceed with a more in-depth assessment of your situation.
2. We will then determine the type of follow-up that your report requires
- We can inform you about your rights, give you information on possible measures according to your situation and the legal framework, or direct you to a more competent specialised organisation to help you. In that case, we would not do any additional follow-up.
- We can actively follow up on your case, by contacting the people concerned, for example, to initiate a negotiation. In some cases, a follow-up is possible in court (always with your permission).
- In some cases, the report will not be actively followed up, but you will always be informed.
In any case, if you ticked the box “I would like to receive a response from Unia” you will be informed of the follow-up given to your report.