Published January 19, 2001
by Routledge .
Written in English
|Contributions||Gabriel Chin (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1120|
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Discrimination Law. Second Edition. Sandra Fredman FBA Clarendon Law Series. Provides a broad introduction to all major spheres of discrimination law; Explores the wider social, historical, and legal context of discrimination law; Takes a firm stance on discrimination law issues, outlining the author's influential opinion of the field. The second part of the book turns to examining several areas of EU law and policy in order to identify the extent to which such objectives have been, in practice, integrated into these activities. Here, the book looks at topics such as employment, social inclusion (including education and health), immigration, and criminal law. About Reconceptualising European Equality Law. This important new book seeks to widen the understanding of the principle of equality within European law. Firstly, it deconstructs the European Court of Justice's adjudication of cases in the field. It then explores how the Member States' courts decide on the question of equality. Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription. Please subscribe or login to access full text content. If you have purchased a print title that contains an access token, please see the token for information about how to register your code.
‘Discrimination and equality’ considers the prohibited grounds of discrimination (based on age, sexuality, religion, nationality, gender, and disability); what new grounds may be emerging; and when distinctions can be drawn between people reasonably and therefore legitimately. Despite the existence of obvious inequalities at birth, justice and fairness demand a system to give Author: Andrew Clapham. European Union equality and anti-discrimination law were revolutionized by the incorporation of Article 13 into the EC Treaty, adding new anti-discrimination grounds and new possibilities. The history of immigration controls is mired in racism, a fact that is not much discussed in the philosophical literature on the ethics of immigration restrictions. Race and ethnicity hardly feature at all in the debate. This chapter explores what is revealed about the ethics of immigration controls when we move race and ethnicity from the margins to the forefront of our analysis. Acknowledgments/ 1. The book, the research and key concepts/ 2. Historical perspectives on the law, rights, and religion or belief discrimination/ 3. Contemporary context of religion and belief, state and society/ 4. The law: a decade of continuity and change/ 5. Religion or belief discrimination: evidence and methods/ /5(2).