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Can the freedom of religion be a universal human rights idea?

Given the religious, and specifically Protestant, conditions of possibility and conditions of intelligibility of the idea of religious freedom, and the concept cluster to which it belongs, this presentation questions how it could possibly be claimed as a global human … Continue reading

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Is caste already part of UK equality law?

This comment summarizes and offers some reflections on the case of Chandhok & Anor v Tirkey (Race Discrimination) [2014] UKEAT 0190_14_1912, decided on 19 December 2014. It is an early Christmas present for the Indian communities in Britain since it … Continue reading

Posted in anti-discrimination law, Britain, caste, caste discrimination, Christianity, conversion, cultural diversity, dalits, descent discrimination, diasporas, discrimination, Edward Said, employment, Employment Appeal Tribunal, Equality Act 2010, Equality and Human Rights Commission, ethnic origins discrimination, European culture, evangelism, Hindus, India, Jews, minorities, proselytism, UK Supreme Court | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment