New Issue of The Equal Rights Review Published by ERT

London, 10 July 2009 

Today, The Equal Rights Trust published Volume Three 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 volume also contains a special section on the issue of Stateless persons in detention.
The volume is available in print as well as online.

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

Contents of Volume Three (2009): Editorial

Dimitrina Petrova: Equal Rights for the Stateless


Mark Bell: Advancing EU Anti-Discrimination Law: the European Commission’s 2008 Proposal for a New Directive

Anna Sevortian: Xenophobia in Post-Soviet Russia

Daniela Ikawa: The Right to Affirmative Action for Blacks in Brazilian Universities



Katherine Perks and Amal de Chickera:  The Silent Stateless and the Unhearing World: Can Equality Compel Us to Listen?

Testimony of a Stateless Child in Detention in Egypt

David C. Baluarte: Detention at Guantanamo Bay and the Creation of a New Brand of Statelessness


An Invisible Victim – Testimony from a Man with Mental Disabilities in Nigeria


Combating Poverty through Equality Law – Possibilities and Pitfalls: ERT talks with Sandra Fredman and Margarita Ilieva


Jarlath Clifford: The Equal Rights Trust Advocacy

Update on Current ERT Projects

ERT Work Itinerary: January - June 2009

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, One Lyric Square, 5th Floor, London, W6 0NB.