"Interview: Replacing the Patchwork – a New Cloth for Equality? ERT talks with Barbara Cohen and John Wadham about recent developments in British equality law" appears in The Equal Rights Review (vol.1).
On 30 April 2008 The Equal Rights Trust (ERT) wrote to Jose Manuel Barroso, the President of the European Commission, regarding the Commission’s plan to draft a non-discrimination directive on the basis of Article 13 of the Amsterdam Treaty.
The text of the Law on Equal Treatment (Lygiø Galimyblø Ástatymas), enacted by the Republic of Lithuania. It was adopted on 18 November 2003 and has been in force since 01 January 2005.
The text of the Equal Treatment in Employment Regulations enacted by Malta. It has been in force since 5 November 2004. This version contains the amendments made by Legal Notices 53 and 338 of 2007.
This is a Government of the United Kingdom White Paper setting out the Government’s vision for the implementation of a new Commission for Equality and Human Rights in Britain.
This directive prohibits employment discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation. Article 2 prohibits both direct and indirect discrimination and defines harassment as amounting to discrimination. Articles 4-6 provide for exceptions to the principle of equal treatment. Other key provisions of the directive include shifting of the burden of proof and the prohibition of victimisation.
'David C. Baum Memorial Lecture' examining the origins of anti-discrimination law and concepts in the United States and their transatlantic migration to United Kingdom and European Courts.