dr. Rok Lampe
The prohibition of discrimination is nowadays undoubtedly a crucial principle of international as well as european human rights law. Arising out of the international law, it was enacted into Slovenian Constitution as its fundamental rule. The aim of the article is to analyze legal framework of the right to equality and the
prohibition of discrimination in the international law, which is primarily based on the Covenant on Political rights and the Convention on elimination of All Forms of racial Discrimination. The second highlight of the article is on european Law, especially on the law and practice of the eCHr and primary and secondary le-
gal sources of the european union. The third part of the article is focused on the Slovenian antidiscrimination framework. Because the modern legal theory and trends in legal practice include also the prohibition of discrimination, the author analyses harassment and other related institutes, such as mobbing and sexual harassment.
Prohibition of discrimination, right to equality, international human rights law, european human rights law, european union and antidiscrimination law, harassment, mobbing, positive discrimination, sexual harassment, reversed burden of proof.