Category Archives: Sikhism

UK caste discrimination legislation: Implications for business and employers

The Equality Act 2010 creates a potential new ground of legal action for discrimination on grounds of ‘caste’. Section 9(5) of the Equality Act provides the power to make a statutory instrument for caste to be “an aspect of race”. … Continue reading

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Asking about reasonable accommodation in England

Link to article here. Abstract Interviews conducted with leading actors in England asking a range of questions about religious diversity and the legal framework and, in particular, about reasonable accommodation, helped identify a number of areas of concern. There was … Continue reading

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Sikhs and Western law: A review

Civil Rights in Wartime: The Post 9/11 Sikh Experience Dawinder S. Sidhu and Neha Singh Gohil Farnham: Ashgate, 2009. The story of what happened to Asian traditions in their contact with the West, especially through colonialism and what Edward Said … Continue reading

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