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Discrimination law.
The laws relating to discrimination in the UK are becoming ever more complex and employers must be aware of them to avoid legal claims on the basis of sex, race, disability, sexual orientation,Expand
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Equality: A New Generation?
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Providing Equality: Substantive Equality and the Positive Duty to Provide
Abstract One of the key insights of substantive equality is the recognition that it is not colour, gender or some other group characteristic per se which is at issue, but the attendant disadvantage.Expand
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Women at Work: The Broken Promise of Flexicurity
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The Public Sector Equality Duty
 Eliminate discrimination, victimisation and harassment and other conduct prohibited by the Equality Act 2010.  Advance equality of opportunity between people from different protected groups,Expand
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Human Rights Transformed: Positive Rights and Positive Duties
Introduction PART I: UNDERSTANDING POSITIVE DUTIES 1. Human Rights Values Refashioned: Liberty, Equality, and Solidarity 2. The Nature of the State: Democracy, Globalization, and Privatization PARTExpand
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Reversing roles: bringing men into the frame
The attempt to secure maternity rights has been a major focus of decades of campaigning for women's equality. However, it is of concern that maternity rights might reinforce women's responsibilityExpand
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Age as an equality issue
1. Introduction - Sandra Fredman and Sarah Spencer 2. Age Discrimination: Implications of the Ageing Process - Sir John Grimley Evans 3. The Age of Equality - Sandra Fredman 4. Age Discrimination inExpand
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Double trouble: multiple discrimination and EU law
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Redistribution and Recognition : Reconciling Inequalities
Abstract This paper examines the traditional dichotomy between measures addressing socio-economic inequalities and those aimed at inequality based on status, such as race, gender, disability orExpand
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