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  1. European Non-Discrimination Law

    European Non-Discrimination Law

    A Comparison of EU Law and the ECHR in the Field of Non-Discrimination and Freedom of Religion in Public Employment with an Emphasis on the Islamic Headscarf Issue
    Book | 1st edition 2012 | Europe | Sarah Haverkort-Speekenbrink
    Contemporary multicultural issues in Europe raise the question whether the overlap between the non-discrimination regimes of the European Union (EU) and the Council of Europe in the field of public employment may lead to conflicting case law. Would the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) and the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) address potential sex, race and religious discrimination in a similar manner or would the Courts take a different approach?
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  2. Flexicurity and the Lisbon Agenda

    Flexicurity and the Lisbon Agenda

    A Cross-Disciplinary Reflection
    Book | 1st edition 2008 | Europe | Frank Hendrickx
    This book aims to foster the debate on flexicurity in the European Union from a multi-disciplinary approach. It raised key questions, such as: In what context does flexicurity play a role? What are the current challenges for the world of work? What is the meaning of flexicurity? How is it to be understood in European economic and social policy? What is the success of the ‘Danish model’ and is it transferable? What is the effect of the flexicurity debate on labour laws? How will European flexicurity policy develop and what can Member States do to become flexicure?
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  3. Indirect Discrimination

    Indirect Discrimination

    Book | 1st edition 2005 | Europe | Christa Tobler
    Introduced into European Community law by the Court of Justice through its case law in the field of free movement of workers, the legal concept of indirect discrimination has evolved into one with far wider and greater relevance to many other areas of EC law as well. This book analyses the concept of indirect discrimination in a broad and comparative context, which encompasses both economic and social law.
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