Uh from what I'm reading this appears to be total horseshit???
First off the document in question was written by the European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation, which I find described here as 'a non-partisan and non-governmental ... opinion-making and advisory body'. It is not part of the EU and does not have any power to introduce or draft EU legislation.
As stated on its first page, the purpose of this document is merely to act as a 'framework national statute'. This is what the ECTR thinks the governments of the EU's member states should put into law. The reason you can find it hosted on EU servers is that (as one of the links in the OP shows) on the 17th they presented it to the EU's Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, and basically said 'yo wouldn't it be sweet if everyone did this? Ah well cya anyway.'
In fact this appears to just be a slightly updated version of an already-published document by the ECTR, called the Model National Statute for the Promotion of Tolerance. Given that the fearsome EU overlords have yet to force that document into law, I wouldn't worry too much about this one.
Furthermore, these links:
TL;DR this wasn't written by the EU and is not a draft EU law, it's just some ideas that a European NGO thought would be p. cool. The EU isn't voting on it at all