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2014, discrimination, employment, Hungary

Addressing pervasive work-place discrimination | The Budapest Business Journal on the web | bbj.hu

“Around half of all Hungarian workers report experiencing discrimination at work, according to a survey released on July 4. This compares poorly with Western Europe, where 35% of workers report discrimination.The survey also found that those most likely to face discrimination are Roma, closely followed by Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender and Queer LGBTQ people.”

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