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Cloisters’ Diversity Data

Cloisters’ Diversity Data
In accordance with the BSB Equality Rules, Cloisters has gathered diversity data from its members and staff.  The data has been collated and is now published in these tables. Almost all members of chambers’ workforce provided their diversity data and consented to its publication. We therefore have a representative data set across the groups w...
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Prevent Duty Part 4: Practical operation of a “due regard” duty: lessons from the Equality Act 2010 for the application of the Prevent Duty by universities

Prevent Duty Part 4:  Practical operation of a “due regard” duty:  lessons from the Equality Act 2010 for the application of the Prevent Duty by universities
In his fourth article on Prevent Duty Declan O'Dempsey looks at the similarities between the Prevent Duty to have due regard and consider what the practical application of that duty to have due regard will look like in the light of the existing body of case law on the analogous s 149 of the Equality Act 2010. The duty under section 149 Equalit...
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Race Discrimination and Housing in post-Brexit Britain

Race Discrimination and Housing in post-Brexit Britain
In this article Catherine Casserley and Tom Gillie consider race discrimination in housing and, in particular, the obligations that landlords have not to discriminate themselves and to take action when their tenants are experiencing discrimination and harassment by other tenants. The reported racist incidents have surged since the EU...
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Kratzer v RAV AG: Access to Employment versus access to compensation

Kratzer v RAV AG: Access to Employment versus access to compensation
By Chris Milsom Those with long memories will recall a Mr John Berry (alias) who was said to have made ET litigation a veritable cottage industry. Mr Berry’s modus operandi was to locate advertisements (principally placed by recruitment agencies) for roles across the UK which contained terminology allegedly targeting younger people such as “school ...
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Age Discrimination in the light of CJEU case law

Age Discrimination in the light of
CJEU case law
Declan O’Dempsey provides an up-to-date overview of the Court of Justice’s evolving body of case law on age discrimination in the employment field in the latest issue of the European Equality Law Review.  This publication covers the European Economic Area and European Free Trade Association (EFTA). It provides an overview of the latest le...
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