§ 15 (4) AGG and § 21 (5) AGG stipulate that a claim for damages or compensation on the basis of experienced discrimination must be asserted within two months. This time period is too short and does not display the living reality of discriminated persons. Since the persons concerned often have no knowledge of their claims under the AGG, the short deadlines mean that discrimination cannot be sanctioned (any longer). In order to fight discrimination effectively, the BUG therefore recommends extending the enforcement period to 12 months. In addition, in all cases, the time limit should only begin when the discriminated person becomes aware of the discrimination.