According to a recent report by the Commission, all Member States have now put in place anti-discrimination legislation covering the grounds set out in the Equal Treatment Directive, namely religion, sexual orientation, age and disability. There is however still significant variety between countries as to the degree and nature of the protection and enforcement of the legislation still remains a challenge. The report highlighted the small number of discrimination cases coming through in most Member States (Britain not being one of them!) but recognised that awareness of rights by victims of discrimination still remains low in many countries