This is the ERT Case Summary of the constitutional court of the Republic of Slovenia's decision in Blazic and Kern v Slovenia U-I-425/06-10.
This is an article by Anna Sevortian which was published in volume three of The Equal Rights Review.
This is the article Advancing EU Anti-Discrimination Law: the European Commission's 2008 Proposal for a New Directive which was published in volume three of The Equal Rights Review.
This is the ERT case summary of the High Court of Delhi, India decision in Naz Foundation v Government of NCT of Delhi and Others, WP(C) No.7455/2001.
This is the full text (in French only) of the Labour Code, enacted by France. The Code was first adopted on 2 January 1973 and has been substantively modified by Ordinance 2007-329. The current Code was adopted on 12 March 2007 and has been in force since 1 March 2008.
This is the ERT Case Summary in the Belgian Tribunal of First Instance Nivelles, case Ordonnance de Référé no. 04/2400.
This is the PILI case summary of the ECHR case of Frette v France (Application no. 36515/97).
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.
The Comment discusses the procedure by which States Parties may express reservations to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. Reservations made by States Parties that are discriminatory will not be accepted. States cannot reserve the right to practice slavery, torture, the execution of pregnant women and children, or the advocacy of national, racial or religious hatred; nor may they reserve the right to restrict the rights of minorities to maintain their culture or to restrict freedom of religion.
The Comment discusses the responsibility of States Parties to ensure every citizen's rights to participate in public affairs, have access to public services, vote and be elected with no discrimination on the grounds of race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Article 25 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights gives people the right to determine their political status and form of government freely.