Judgement from the Supreme Court of the United States on a case involving the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Petitioner representation of Samantha Elauf v Abercrombie and Fitch. Elauf a practicing Muslim wears a headscarf following her religious belief. She applied for a job at a clothing store, Abercrombie and Fitch, and was invited for an interview. During the interview neither Elauf nor the interviewer mentioned the headscarf, and Elauf was rated well for her skills.
Equal Rights Trust Case Summary which looks at Samantha Elauf, a practicing Muslim, who had been refused a job with clothing store, Abercrombie and Fitch because her headscarf was deemed incompatible with the company's "Look Policy" which prohibits "caps" at work.
This Amicus curiae brief was submitted by The Equal Rights Trust to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in the case of Nadege Dorzema et al v Dominican Republic, a case concerning deaths and injury of persons of Haitian origin as a result of shots fired by border guards. ERT commented on the applicable concept of discrimination, and on the positive duty of states to investigate alleged discrimination in cases of death and injury caused by state actors.
This is the full text of the Act on the Public Employment Service, enacted by the Finnish Parliament. It was adopted on 30/12/2002 and has been in force since 01/01/2003.
This document outlines the steps to present a claim on race discrimination in the field of employment in Great Britain. It takes into account the Race Discrimination employment law as at February 2010.
This is the article "The Equality Act 2010: Main Concepts", authored by Sue Ashtiany, published in Volume 5 of The Equal Rights Review.
This is the article "The New Single Equality Act in Britain", authored by Bob Hepple, published in Volume 5 of The Equal Rights Review.
This document outlines decisions on anti-discrimination cases in Russia.
This is a case summary of the UN Human Rights Committee decision in the case of Toonen v. Australia.
This is a case summary of the UN Human Rights Committee decision in the case of S.W.M. Broeks v. The Netherlands.