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The race discrimination directive

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. European Scrutiny Committee.

The race discrimination directive

minutes of evidence Wednesday 14 June 2000.

by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. European Scrutiny Committee.

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Published by Stationery Office in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Series[HC]. [1999-2000] -- 581
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18447727M
ISBN 100102555001
OCLC/WorldCa47203121

In , the EU has, pursuant to Arti adopted two Directives to combat discrimination: A Directive to implement equal treatment irrespective of racial or ethnic origin (Council Directive /43/EC) which prohibits racial discrimination in the fields of employment, education, social security, health care and access to goods and services. Filed under: Race discrimination -- Law and legislation -- United States America's Racist Laws (second printing; New York: Masses and Mainstream, ), by Herbert Aptheker (PDF at ) Civil Rights and Legal Wrongs: A Critical Commentary Upon the President's Pending "Civil Rights" Bill of (), by Virginia Commission on.

Multiple discrimination is mentioned in consideration 14 of the preamble to the Race Equality Directive, in the context of race and sex discrimination. Although there is no such reference in the Directive in the specific context of remedies, it seems logical that under the requirement of proportionality the remedies granted in such cases must. In addition to prohibiting race discrimination and retaliation against Black employees at YRC's Chicago Heights facility, the decree also requires YRC to provide all Chicago Heights employees annual training on racial harassment and race discrimination and engage a Work Assignment Consultant and a Disciplinary Practice Consultant to assist it.

  We’ll discuss discrimination and the legacies of institutional racism. We’ll also provide an overview of four types of racial interaction: pluralism, assimilation, segregation, and genocide. Indirect discrimination occurs where a provision, criterion or practice, which is applied or would apply equally to persons not of the same race, puts persons of a particular race at a disadvantage. This may include, for example, introducing a dress code without good reason, which discriminates against persons of a certain race.


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