Discrimination Free Zone

The Discrimination-free Zone campaign is an information campaign to combat any form of discrimination, bullying or harassment. It enables organisations and work communities to declare their commitment to the principle of non-discrimination.

Declaring a discrimination-free zone means opposition to discrimination, addressing the problem if one exists, and recognising equality between human beings. Such a declaration is also a signal to employees, job-seekers and customers that the organisation welcomes everyone irrespective of gender, age, ethnic background, religion or belief, opinion, state of health, disability or sexual orientation. 

The campaign has been planned and implemented jointly by Helsingin Sanomat, the Finnish Multicultural Sports Federation (Fimu), the European Commission’s ‘For Diversity Against Discrimination’ campaign, the Finnish Disability Forum, the Finnish League for Human Rights, Sexual Equality (SETA) and the Equality is Priority project coordinated by the Ministry of the Interior.


For more information visit:

http://www.yhdenvertaisuus.fi/welcome_to_equality_fi/campaigns/discrimination-free-zone/