The Ombud is a spokesperson for equality and non-discrimination and protects the rights of individuals. Anyone can turn to us for help instead of filing a lawsuit.

The Ombud is part of the government, but is an independent agency. This means that the decisions and actions of the Ombud shall not be subject to political pressure.

The Ombud provides guidance and advice on legal rights. You can contact the Ombud for an opinion on whether you have been subjected to illegal discrimination. The Ombud also provides advice on how you can proceed with your case.

The Ombud handles complaints and decides whether illegal discrimination has taken place. Anyone who believes they have been discriminated against may submit the case to the Ombud. The Ombud will investigate the matter and assess whether illegal discrimination has occurred. The services of the Ombud are free of charge.