Case Studies on the Prevention of Racial Discrimination and Xenophobia and the Promotion of Equal Treatment in the Workplace. Austria
AbstractEducational measures can only help with certain aspects of racism, sexism, etc. They can help the subject to reflect on the adequacy of the criteria it applies in judging persons it does not know personally. But education does not remove the causes inviting the subject to make categorical distinctions between, for instance, long settled immigrants and natives. It may at times be useful to address the symptoms of racism, and to do so educationally, but it must not ne overlooked that much racism has its origin in economic inequality.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and - in its series Papers with number 97/34.
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DISCRIMINATION ; LABOUR ; AUSTRIA;
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