What should you do if you have been discriminated?
You can report the situation using our online form, by telephone or at one of our local contact points.
Unia invites you to fill in this online form. It is simple to use and allows you to explain your situation and ask any questions you have, which will allow us to get in touch with you as soon as possible.
If you would like to speak directly to a member of staff, you can call the toll-free number 0800 12 800 (click here for timetable). You can also talk with a member of the Unia staff at one of the local points of contact throughout Belgium. For interviews with people who are deaf or hard of hearing, Unia will cover the costs for an interpreter.
Whatever way you choose to contact us, it will always be free of charge and confidential.
Why is it useful to report discrimination?
The reports we receive, even if they are not actively followed up, allow us to collect data on situations of discrimination in our society.
- This report allows us to formulate opinions, make recommendations, and systematically fight for more equality and against discrimination.
- The figures can also be used by organisations, journalists, researchers, the academic world… to carry out studies or draw up recommendations.
- The political world can also use the data for new proposals for legislation or public policy.