The General Act on Equal Treatment stipulates that the Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency (abbreviation: FADA) conducts its tasks independently. To keep political influences as small as possible, the head of the Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency performs her function in an independent manner and is only subject to national law.
The Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency shall provide independent support to persons who enforce their right to be protected against discrimination, unless it is a matter falling within the scope of competence of the Federal Government Commissioner or of the German Bundestag. Independencewith regard to the tasks of public relations and research is also ensured by legal stipulations.
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1. Statement of Liability
The information found on this site was collected and reviewed with utmost care. There is, however, no guarantee that the information is comprehensive or fully current. The Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency reserves the right to change parts of this site, or the entire website, without previous announcement, as well as to add to it, make deletions, or to discontinue publication in part or entirely.
The Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency is not liable for damages that result from the use, or failure to use, any of the information offered. All legal references and information are non-binding. Legal counselling is not provided.
No responsibility is assumed for external content to which the website of the Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency refers or is linked. The Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency does not view this external content as its own.
The copyright for texts, graphics and images is held, where not otherwise indicated, by the Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency. The reproduction or use of these graphics, images, audio documents, video sequences, or texts in other electronic or printed publications is prohibited without the express consent of the Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency.
3. Data Protection
Wherever personal or professional data can be entered on this website, the user should be aware of the fact that such data is only revealed on a voluntary basis.
The use of the contact addresses published within the context of the statement of responsibility for content, or any similar fields, in order to send information that has not been expressly requested (e.g. spam) is strictly prohibited.
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Data are stored for statistical and security purposes every time the Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency's website is accessed. The IP address of your Internet provider, along with the date, time and website visited are recorded here for a limited time. These data are used exclusively for the purpose of improving Internet service and cannot be analyzed in a manner that allows them to be traced to you personally.
To the extent that parts or individual phrases found in the terms and conditions of use do not, not entirely, or no longer correspond with valid law, this will otherwise have no effect on the content or the validity of the conditions of use.