EU equality law after a decade of austerity

  title={EU equality law after a decade of austerity},
  author={Sara Benedi Lahuerta and A. Zbyszewska},
  journal={International Journal of Discrimination and the Law},
  pages={163 - 192}
  • Sara Benedi Lahuerta, A. Zbyszewska
  • Published 2018
  • Political Science
  • International Journal of Discrimination and the Law
  • This article discusses the evolution of European Union (EU) legislation and policymaking methods during the 10 years since the onset of the financial and economic crisis in 2007/2008. In the EU, this period has been characterized by politics of stimulus, austerity, and recovery. Against the backdrop of longer term developments in equality law, we consider how the crisis context influenced this field’s evolution. Through the analysis of a range of legislative and policy proposals, we show that… CONTINUE READING
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