affected by systematic discrimination is every European and not a minority::All Europeans with disabilities (80 Mio.), women (200 Mio), foreigners (350 Mio) are potential victims of direct discrimination (case based) and are victims of indirect discrimination (law based).
Indirect discrimination turns into direct, if life is creating a need for access into inaccessible (restricted) area (e.g. access into schools, services, buildings etc.)With other words: indirect discrimination affects every European citizen in certain (inaccessible) circumstances; this happens only if the law is not adapted to the needs of these groups (all Europeans) to guarantee accessibility (antidiscrimination directives).
Wasilios Katsioulis, 01.03.2011