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  1. Namibie - Égalité de chances et de traitement - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    RIATT-ESA Strategic Plan and Costed Implementation Plan (2019-2022).

    Adoption: 2019 | INT-2019-M-111800

  2. Namibie - Égalité de chances et de traitement - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Namibia Legal Environment Assessment of HIV and AIDS, 2016. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-03 | NAM-2016-M-110800

    The aim of the legal and regulatory analysis is to improve the availability of information and evidence of legal and regulatory aspects in the context of HIV and AIDS, for purposes of making recommendations for creating and strengthening an enabling environment that promotes an effective national AIDS response in accordance with the Republic of Namibia’s National Strategic Framework 2010/11-2015/16 and the National Policy on HIV. The assessment has been conducted by way of a desk review of documentation on selected laws, regulations and policies and a qualitative assessment of the level of knowledge on human rights among key and vulnerable populations; and of the degree of awareness of HIV related laws and human rights among law makers and law enforcers to enable effective implementation of services, access to justice and enforcement of HIV-related laws and rights.

  3. Namibie - Égalité de chances et de traitement - Loi

    Affirmative Action (Employment) Amendment Act, 2007 (No.6 of 2007). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 2007-12-21 | NAM-2007-L-82563

    Amends the Affirmative Action (Employment) Act, 1998, so as to provide for additional powers for the Employment Equity Commission as well as the delegation of powers to certain persons, the appointment of more than one review officer for a report, and the continued submission of affirmative action plans.

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    Namibian HIV/AIDS Charter of Rights of 11 December 2000. - Carter

    Adoption: 2000-12-11 | NAM-2000-M-85761

    1. Equal protection of the law and equal access to public and private facilities and benefits
    2. Liberty, autonomy, security of the person and freedom of movement
    3. Privacy and confidentiality
    4. Counselling and testing
    5. Partner notification and reporting
    6. Gender
    7. Children, adolescents and HIV/AIDS
    8. Supportive and enabling environment for vulnerable groups infected and affected by HIV/AIDS
    9. Children orphaned by AIDS
    10. Prisoners
    11. Adequate standard of living
    12. Access to education
    13. Access to appropriate information and sex education
    14. Access to health care and appropriate treatment
    15. Research and clinical trials
    16. Employment
    17. Insurance and medical aid
    18. Media
    19. Cultural and traditional practices

  5. Namibie - Égalité de chances et de traitement - Loi

    Affirmative Action (Employment) Act, 1998 (No. 29 of 1998). - Act on-line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1998-09-03 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1998-11-18 | NAM-1998-L-51168

    Provides for affirmative action programmes to promote employment for designated groups, which shall include women, disabled persons, and persons who belong to ethnic groups which are disadvantaged due to racially discriminatory laws or practices before the independence of Namibia. Employers shall give preferential treatment to persons from such designated groups by providing employment and removing employment barriers. Establishes an Employment Equity Commission to oversee the impelmentation of the Act.

  6. Namibie - Égalité de chances et de traitement - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Guidelines for implementation of National Code on HIV/AIDS in employment (No. 78 of 1998). - Guidelines

    Adoption: 1998-03-18 | NAM-1998-M-63652

    Code represents integral part of Government's commitment to address most of the major issues related to the prevention of new HIV/AIDS infections, as well as to the provisions of optimal care and support for the workforce. Code applies to all current and prospective employees, all workplaces and contracts of employment, and all human resources practices forming part of policy component of any organization. Policy components of code focus on: education, awareness and prevention; job access; workplace testing and confidentiality; job status; HIV testing and training; managing illness and job security; occupational benefits; risk management, first aid and compensation; protection against victimisation; grievance handling; information; monitoring and review.

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    Married Persons Equality Act, 1996 (No. 1 of 1996). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1996-05-20 | NAM-1996-L-57319

    Provides for the abolition of marital power, the amendment of the matrimonal property law of marriages in community property, domicile of married women and domicile and guardianship of minor children, liability for houshold necessaries of spouses married out of community of property, and for some related matters.

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    Racial Discrimination Prohibition Act, 1991 (Act 26 of 1991)(Government Notice No. 152) - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1991-12-12 | NAM-1991-L-27661

    The Act renders criminally punishable, pursuant to the provisions of Article 23 of the Namibian Constitution, certain acts and practices of racial discrimination and apartheid in relation to public amenities, the provision of goods and services, immovable property, educational and medical institutions, employment, associations, religious services, and involvement in the incitement of racial disharmony and victimisation.

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