The report “Examples of Good Practices in Combating Discrimination at the Local Level” was produced as part of the “Network of Cities and NGOs for Combating Racism and Discrimination” project carried out since November 2017 by the Youth Initiative for Human Rights (YIHR), the Human Rights House Zagreb (HRH) and the European Grassroots Antiracist Movement (EGAM). The project aims to improve local-level protection mechanisms against discrimination and racism by encouraging cooperation between cities and local civil society organisations. It seeks to enhance inter-sectoral cooperation in Croatia and provide an insight into local and international standards and approaches to combating discrimination and racism in order to foster local stakeholders’ engagement around these issues.  Along with highlighting the importance of combating discrimination at the local level, this report collects and presents examples of good practice that might be useful to local communities in Croatia as guidelines in adopting concrete measures to combat discrimination and promote diversity within their community.