Cases, Materials and Text on National, Supranational and International Non-Discrimination Law: Ius Commune Casebooks for the Common Law of Europe

Cases, Materials and Text on National, Supranational and International Non-Discrimination Law: Ius Commune Casebooks for the Common Law of Europe

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ISBN-13: 9781847316974
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
Publication date: 08/31/2007
Series: Ius Commune Casebooks for the Common Law of Europe
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 1118
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Professor Dagmar Schiek is Jean Monnet Professor for European Economic Law at University Carl von Ossietzky Oldenburg (Germany) and has been a visiting professor at University of Ulster, London School of Economics and Maastricht University.
Professor Lisa Waddington holds the European Disability Forum Chair in European Disability Law at Maastricht University, the Netherlands.
Professor Mark Bell is attached to the Centre for European Law and Integration, Faculty of Law, University of Leicester.
Professor Lisa Waddington holds the European Disability Forum Chair in European Disability Law at Maastricht University, the Netherlands.
Mark Bell is Regius Professor of Laws and a Fellow of Trinity College Dublin. Prior to 2015, he was a professor at the School of Law, University of Leicester, where he was also Head of the School of Law (2011-2014). He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Irish Centre for European Law, the Employment Law Association of Ireland, and the Berkeley Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Study Group. He has worked on a variety of research projects for the European Commission and the International Labour Organisation.
Tufyal Choudhury is a Lecturer in the Department of Law at Durham University.
Olivier De Schutter was the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food (2008–14) and is now a Member of the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. He teaches at the University of Louvain (UCL) and at SciencesPo (Paris). He has been a visiting Professor at Columbia University and at UC Berkeley.
Aileen McColgan is a barrister at 11KBW, London and is Professor of Law and Social Justice at the University of Leeds.
Gay Moon is a solicitor working in the field of discrimination and employment law.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Discrimination Grounds
1.1. Introduction
1.2. "Suspect" grounds of discrimination
1.3. The grounds of discrimination
1.4. Discrimination on grounds of assumed characteristics and discrimination by association
1.5. Multiple discrimination
1.6. Comparative analysis
Chapter 2. Direct discrimination
2.1. Introduction
2.2. Recognising direct discrimination
2.3. Establishing direct discrimination
2.4. Proving direct discrimination
2.5. Segregation
2.6. Justifications and exceptions
2.7. Comparative analysis
Chapter 3. Indirect discrimination
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Rationales and conceptions of indirect discrimination law
3.3. Origins of indirect discrimination law
3.4. Problems of comparison
3.5. Indirect discrimination – specific elements
3.6. Comparative analysis
Chapter 4. Harassment
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Historical development
4.3. The Regulation of Harassment and Sexual Harassment in the EU and its Member States prior to 2000
4.4. Regulation of Harassment and Sexual Harassment after Implementation of Directives 2004/43/EC, 2000/78/EC and 2002/73/EC
4.5. Comparative analysis
Chapter 5. Instructions to Discriminate and Victimisation
5.1. Instructions to discriminate
5.2. Victimisation
5.3. Comparative analysis
Chapter 6. Reasonable accommodation
6.1. Introduction
6.2. The meaning of the term "Reasonable Accommodation"
6.3. The entitlement to claim a "Reasonable Accommodation" and the obligation imposed on the party claiming and required to make the accommodation
6.4. Limitations on the obligation to make a "Reasonable Accommodation" and the "Disproportionate Burden" Requirement
6.5. Fitting the Duty to Accommodate into the Non-Discrimination Framework
6.6. The relationship of the Reasonable Accommodation Requirement to Positive Action in the Area of Employment
6.7. Comparative analysis
Chapter 7. Positive Action
7.1. Introduction
7.2. The definition of positive action
7.3. A typology of positive action and other measures including examples
7.4. Positive action under international law
7.5. Positive action under European Union Law
7.6. Positive action before the national courts
7.7. Positive action policies and the protection of private life in the processing of personal data
7.8. Comparative analysis
Chapter 8. Enforcement bodies
8.1. Introduction
8.2. Single or multiple equality bodies?
8.3. Overview of Models for Intervention
8.4 .Legal Norms for enforcement bodies
8.5. Functions
8.6. Protection of Independence
8.7. Comparative Analysis

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