New Issue of the Equal Rights Review Published by ERT

London, 23 August 2011

Today, The Equal Rights Trust published Volume Seven of The Equal Rights Review (ERR), an interdisciplinary biannual 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 immigration detention and discrimination, as well as an interview on the same issue with Wilder Tayler, Secretary-General of the International Commission of Jurists and an expert on the UN Sub-Committee on the Prevention of Torture, and Professor Mads Andenas, Professor of Law at the University of Oslo and a member of the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention.

The volume is available in print as well as online.

To read The Equal Rights Review, Volume Seven please click here .

Contents of Volume Seven (2011):

Dimitrina Petrova: Detained but Equal

Lauri Sivonen: Gender Identity Discrimination in European Judicial Discourse
Rosaan Kruger: Small Steps to Equal Dignity: The Work of the South African Equality Courts
Isidora Stakic: Homophobia and Hate Speech in Serbian Public Discourse: How Nationalist Myths and Stereotypes Influence Prejudices against the LGBT Minority

Stefanie Grant: Immigration Detention: Some Issues of Inequality
Amal De Chickera: Draft Guidelines on the Detention of Stateless Persons: An Introductory Note
The Equal Rights Trust: Guidelines on the Detention of Stateless Persons: Consultation Draft
Alice Edwards: Measures of First Resort: Alternatives to Immigration Detention in Comparative Perspective

The Mak Nyahs of Malaysia: Testimony of Four Transgender Women

Equality and Detention: Experts’ Perspectives: ERT talks with Mads Andenas and Wilder Tayler

The Equal Rights Trust Advocacy
Update on Current ERT Projects
ERT Work Itinerary: January – June 2011

The Equal Rights Review is also available in print format. To order your copy please donate £15 online by clicking here and send your postal address to titled “ERR order”. Alternatively, you can post a cheque made payable to “The Equal Rights Trust” and your address to us at The Equal Rights Trust, 126 North End Road, London, W14 9PP, United Kingdom.