Anti-discrimination agencies have launched a single point of contact for reporting discrimination in the Netherlands

There is now a single point to report cases of discrimination. In a simple web form, you can make a report for yourself or somebody else, and you can do this anonymously if you want to.

If you leave your details, a consultant from a regional anti-discrimination agency will contact you to discuss the report. They will do some extra research if necessary and advise you on possible next steps. Their help is completely free.

This is a welcome addition to the other places where you can report discrimination: Meld.Online Discriminatie, the Dutch Institute for Human Rights, Controle Alt Delete, the national ombudsman, and the ombudsman for children.

See: Landelijk meldpunt discriminatie to make a report.

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