Discrimination

Can you help us to help others?

We can shine a light on some of the key areas of inequality facing our society, writes Davi

23 Nov 2016 | Discrimination

Government’s ‘bedroom’ tax unlawful

Supreme Court slams ‘ironic and inexplicable inconsistency’ of state’

09 Nov 2016 | Discrimination

The tide is turning in disability discrimination law

The courts’ increasingly liberal approach to article 15 claims places a greater onus on employers to provide objective justification for discrimination, sa

08 Nov 2016 | Discrimination

Government facing JR over equality advice helpline contract

G4S 'manifestly ill-equipped to provide advice on discrimination and human rights,' say

Knowledge is key in disability discrimination law

Karen Jackson discusses the first case of disability discrimination on motor neurone disease in the UK and the barriers faced by employees bringing simila

15 Aug 2016 | Discrimination

Sexual harassment and discrimination still rife at the Bar

Over two-thirds of barristers considered quitting the Bar after experiencing bullyin

13 Jul 2016 | Discrimination

May you claim in interesting times

Sean Jones QC discusses the latest employment tribunal decisions involving civil restraint orders and religious and philosophica

13 Jun 2016 | Discrimination

Gender pay reporting a top concern for employers

Companies urged to plan ahead before new regulations come int

07 Jun 2016 | Discrimination

Killer heels

The legal industry still has a mountain to climb - in their preferred type of shoe - when it comes to fighting sexism, writes John van de

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