We specialise in complex, international projects in the fields of human rights, equal treatment and non-discrimination.
Our projects include capacity-building, awareness-raising, programme and project evaluation, assessing the impact of policies and interventions, and multi-country research resulting in national, comparative and synthesis reports. Read more
Our publications present the results of the research conducted by the experts working on our projects. You will find a range of information and materials, both EU-level and relating to specific EU Member States. The themes and topics covered include gender equality and non-discrimination law, housing rights, violence against women and disability. The publications also include reports on evaluations, as well as training material relating to non-discrimination issues. Read more
Human European Consultancy specialises in complex, international projects in the fields of human rights, equal treatment and non-discrimination. We are actively contributing to a society where human rights are better protected. Read more
Human European Consultancy has a long history of managing projects geared at promoting respect for human rights and analysing respect for rights in practice, with an emphasis on the EU and its Member States.
Key issues include the rights of people with disabilities and equality and non-discrimination, but other recent topics include homelessness prevention and legislation to combat violence against women and children and violence based on sexual orientation.
Our project partners are universities, research institutes, expert organisations and teams of individual experts with a solid reputation and track record in the area they cover. With our partners we are constantly searching for innovative and creative methods to enhance the analysis of respect for and implementation of human rights.
The most recent examples are the development with the Centre for Disability Studies at Leeds University of statistical indicators to assess the implementation of the right to independent living for people with disabilities and our work with the Migration Policy Group to develop recommendations for improving equality data collection.