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Revised and expanded to include non-employment issues, this is a comprehensive, practical and accessible guide to anti-discrimination law. Written by experts, it tells readers all they need to know about UK, European and human rights laws.
The book covers: how discrimination is defined; what types of discrimination are unlawful; how to prove discrimination; prohibited discrimination in employment - recruitment, training, promotion, benefits, services and dismissal; maternity and parental rights; rights of part-timers; equal pay and pension rights; the duty on employers, servie providers and others to make adjustments for people with disabilities; prohibited discrimination outside employment - education, planning, goods and services, harassment, premises and housing; prohibited discrimination by public authorities, private clubs and charities; and procedure and remedies.
Using practical examples, the book explains the rights and remedies to combat discrimination. ""Discrimination Law Handbook"" is an accurate and thorough guide for lawyers, trade union representatives and advice workers. Its clear, non-technical style should be welcomed by all readers, including complainants, those committed to equal opportunities and HR departments.