Equal Rights Trust Publishes 15th Equal Rights Review Focusing on Equality in Employment

London, 1 October 2015

Today, the Equal Rights Trust published Volume Fifteen of the Equal Rights Review, an interdisciplinary bi-annual journal intended as a forum for the exchange of legal, philosophical, sociological and other ideas and practical insights for those who are promoting equality. This issue contains a special section on equality in employment, as well as an interview on the same issue with Brankica Janković, Commissioner for Protection of Equality for the Serbian Parliament and Chai Feldblum who was appointed by President Obama as Commissioner for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

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Dimitrina Petrova - From Prohibiting Discrimination to Transformative Equality in Employment


Rebecca Adami - Counter Narratives as Political Contestation: Universality, Particularity and Uniqueness

Gemma MacArthur - Securing Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Rights within the United Nations Framework and System: Past, Present and Future


Michael Rubenstein - Recent and Current Employment Discrimination Cases in the Court of Justice of the European Union

Rachel Crasnow and Sarah Fraser Butlin - Disabled Compared to Whom? An Analysis of the Current Jurisprudence on the Appropriate Comparator Under the UK Equality Act’s Reasonable Adjustments Duty

Sam Middlemiss and Margaret Downie - Anglo-American Comparison of Employers’ Liability for Discrimination in Employment based on Weightism

Shira Stanton - Equality and Justice in Employment: A Case Study from Post-Revolution Tunisia

Equal Rights Trust – No Jobs for Roma”: Situation Report on Discrimination against the Roma in Moldova


Equality in Employment


The “Small Incidents”: Sexual Harassment in the Media

Case Notes

Iina Sofia Ransom - Employment Decisions Stemming from Discriminatory Motives Outlawed: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Petitioner v Abercrombie & Fitch Stores, Inc.

Rossen Grozev - A Landmark Judgement of the Court of Justice of the EU – New Conceptual Contributions to the Legal Combat Against Ethnic Discrimination

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