This chapter examines EU law and policy in the field of employment and considers the extent to which they reflect the objectives of combating racism and promoting ethnic equality. It examines EU employment legislation, such as that on worker participation. In the policy sphere, it looks at the European Employment Strategy and the European Social Fund. It concludes that issues of racism find their way onto the agenda with more ease in new governance processes; however, their fluidity means that the issue can subsequently fall off the agenda at a later stage.
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