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Discrimination Law

Discrimination Law

Malcolm Sargeant

Mar 2004, Paperback, 320 pages
ISBN13: 9780582822894
ISBN10: 0582822890
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This accessible, new textbook provides an overview of the rapidly growing area of discrimination law. It covers all of the traditional areas of discrimination law, including discrimination within the context of employment, sex and race discrimination. The book also includes new areas resulting from the Equal Treatment in Employment Directive such as age and religious discrimination.
Discrimination Law is edited by Malcolm Sargeant, an expert in the area of employment and discrimination law.

1. The Context

2. The European Union and discrimination law

3. International law and discrimination

4. Sex and race discrimination

5. Equal Pay

6. Disability discrimination

7. Discrimination and the family

8. Discrimination and religion or belief

9. Age discrimination

10. Trade unions and discrimination

  • Up-to-date, featuring the latest EU and human rights considerations
  • Descriptive and reflective chapters written by specialist's in the field
  • End of chapter key learning points
  • Extensive further reading and reference to source material section.

Expert Reviews

"The book commences with a very useful chapter on the UK context, explaining the make-up and characteristics of the country's population."

"The individual chapters provide useful information and reflection on the law"

"The book is... a useful collection of essays and is a welcome addition to the literature on discrimination law."

Michael Bennett - Southampton Institute

The Law Teacher (VOL.39 NO.2)

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