Non-Discrimination Principle

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Non-Discrimination Principle - (adjective + noun )


EurWork defines the non-discrimination principle as requiring ‘the equal treatment of an individual or group irrespective of their particular characteristics, and is used to assess apparently neutral criteria that may produce effects which systematically disadvantage persons possessing those characteristics.’


Source: Taken from EurWork
Example of Use: The principle of non-discrimination on the basis of nationality was essential for the establishment of a common labour market in Europe.