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How the British got their caste law

This presentation, given at the School of Law, Queen Mary, University of London on 20 November 2019, explains how the anti-discrimination law in the UK came to include caste. It locates activism, led mainly by evangelical influence within churches, as … Continue reading

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Seminar: Designed to Fail? The Standard Story of Caste System and its Impact on Law

The seminar by Dr. Prakash Shah, ‘Designed to Fail? The Standard Story of Caste System and its Impact on Law’, is now available online. The seminar, given at Bengaluru, Karnataka on 20 February 2018, is introduced by Mathighatta S Chaitra, … Continue reading

Posted in Arohi Research Foundation, BJP, Brahmanism, Britain, caste, caste discrimination, caste system, Christianity, colonial conciousness, conversion, dalits, descent discrimination, discrimination law, Equality Act 2010, Equality and Human Rights Commission, India, Indian law, Jakob de Roover, Mathighatta S Chaitra, Orientalism, S.N. Balagangadhara, United Nations | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment