The High Commissioner has the power to examine complaints from any person who believes they have been the victim of unjustified discrimination within the Principality. Discrimination covers many types of behaviour and can be based on a number of different factors (age, gender, origin, health, pregnancy, union activity, etc.).
Discrimination is often difficult to prove. Try to gather as much evidence as possible. Keep a written record of all correspondence with your employer or gather testimonies from your colleagues or third parties. You can use these documents to create a dossier, which you can then submit to the High Commissioner to support your grievance.
No. According to Article 34 of Act no. 1.410 of 2 December 2014 on protection, independence and the promotion of the rights and freedoms of disabled people, a disabled person may not be treated differently because of his/her disability when it comes to matters such as recruitment, pay, training and professional promotion, as well as more generally for obtaining any good or service.
Under Article 25 of Monaco's Constitution, Monegasque citizens have priority when it comes to employment in both the public and private sectors. This means that, where two candidates meet the criteria for a particular role, and are of equal merit, the Monegasque citizen will be offered the position.