Combating discrimination and promoting equality as a fundamental human right and a basic principle of social justice
The Equal Rights Review is a bi-annual journal on equality produced by The Equal Rights Trust (ERT) as a resource for all those seeking to combat discrimination or promote equality. Bringing together a range of materials, each issue includes analytical articles, testimony by victims of discrimination, interviews, activity reports and assorted other materials, all related to equality and non-discrimination.
The Review is an interdisciplinary journal on equality: an encounter between legal, philosophical, sociological, and other social science, practice and movement discourses. Its special focus is on the complex relationship between the different forms of discrimination, and on developing strategies for translating the principles of equality into practice. Not limited geographically, it is a medium of exchange on equality issues between different national and regional experts, policy makers and practitioners. Some of the publications zoom into the detailed landscape of one country, allowing lessons from different jurisdictions and cultures to be shared and absorbed. Others address general and fundamental aspects of equality. The Review is neither an academic peer-review journal, nor an NGO activist newsletter. Instead, it combines features of both, seeking a synthesis of deep, innovative and original theory, policy oriented analysis and more immediate advocacy effects.
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