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Making Comparisons in Equality Law

Within Gender, Age and Conflicts

This book seeks to rebalance the relationship between comparison and justification to achieve more effective equality and non-discrimination law. Les mer
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This book seeks to rebalance the relationship between comparison and justification to achieve more effective equality and non-discrimination law.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Why comparisons matter?; 2. Establishing an effective right to equal pay for equal work; 3. Comparing across the ages; 4. Comparisons when equality rights are in conflict.

Om forfatteren

Robin Allen, Queen's Counsel is an equality barrister and long-term campaigner for equality rights; instructed in many leading cases at the highest level for every protected characteristic; Bencher of Middle Temple; previously Chair of the Bar Council's Equality and Diversity Committee. He gave the prestigious Hamlyn Lectures in 2018 focussing on comparisons on equality law.