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Discrimination Law 2nd Ed.

Discrimination Law 2nd Ed.

ISBN 9780414046061
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Publisher Sweet & Maxwell
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Overview
An in-depth and accessible guidance on discrimination law, this work:   Covers the UK and EU, with comparisons to the US, Canada and Australia Analyses the different theories and definitions of what is classed as discrimination Goes through the different grounds for discrimination including race, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age and disability Explains the application of discrimination law in practice Covers the many different forms of discrimination including direct and indirect discrimination, harassment, victimisation and disability discrimination Looks at how discrimination affects other areas besides employment law including education, housing, charities, supply goods, facilities and services Discusses the remedies available and ways of enforcing them Refers to all relevant legislation and regulations including the Human Rights Act 1998 and European Convention on Human Rights Includes coverage of all key case law including cases arising from the ECJ and ECtH.   Contents Theories of anti-discrimination legislation The sources of discrimination law Prohibited grounds of discrimination Direct discrimination Harassment Indirect discrimination Victimisation Discrimination in employment Discrimination in fields other than employment The law of equal pay Disability discrimination Enforcement of discrimination legislation Affirmative action.     Jurisdiction: International
Overview
An in-depth and accessible guidance on discrimination law, this work:   Covers the UK and EU, with comparisons to the US, Canada and Australia Analyses the different theories and definitions of what is classed as discrimination Goes through the different grounds for discrimination including race, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age and disability Explains the application of discrimination law in practice Covers the many different forms of discrimination including direct and indirect discrimination, harassment, victimisation and disability discrimination Looks at how discrimination affects other areas besides employment law including education, housing, charities, supply goods, facilities and services Discusses the remedies available and ways of enforcing them Refers to all relevant legislation and regulations including the Human Rights Act 1998 and European Convention on Human Rights Includes coverage of all key case law including cases arising from the ECJ and ECtH.   Contents Theories of anti-discrimination legislation The sources of discrimination law Prohibited grounds of discrimination Direct discrimination Harassment Indirect discrimination Victimisation Discrimination in employment Discrimination in fields other than employment The law of equal pay Disability discrimination Enforcement of discrimination legislation Affirmative action.     Jurisdiction: International

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