“Discriminatory Acts Have a Moral Significance”.
The Law Society Gazette: London.
This article responds to an analysis of recent cases in the European Court of Human Rights by Joshua Rozenburg which argued that anti-discrimination law should grant exemptions to religious individuals where such exemptions do not result in deprivation of service on discriminatory grounds. The article analyses the reasons for anti-discrimination law to show that such laws also have an important function in the protection of human dignity which would be undermined by the exemptions sought in the litigation before the Strasbourg Court.
|Title:||“Discriminatory Acts Have a Moral Significance”|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Laws|
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