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Roxana Cristina RADU, Obstacles and Limits of the Equal Treatment Principle in the Romanian Political Regime

Roxana Cristina RADU
Assoc. prof., PhD., Faculty of Law, University of Craiova;
E-mail: rocxaine@yahoo.com

Abstract
The cases of discrimination and sexual harassment became a certainty in Romania in the last decade. Discrimination, sexual harassment and bullying against women can also exist as a result of the Romanian traditional culture of male authority, in which a certain legal violence against women is acceptable and doubled by a high tolerance in front of this type of violence. On the other side, a modern culture, disseminated mainly by mass-media emphasizes the image of the woman as a sexual object by exposing her to violent behavior with prevalent sexual connotations.

Keywords
discrimination, equal treatment, equality of chances, harassment, sanction.

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