Engineering equality an essay on european anti discrimination law alexander somek provides a concise analysis of the basic concepts of anti discrimination law offers a comparative perspective on anti discrimination law in the us discusses anti discrimination law from the unusual perspective of a theory of justice. Anti discrimination law increasingly appears to occupy the centre of a renewed understanding of solidarity in the european union not only is it owing to its focus on equal treatment as regards positions and opportunities compatible with the task of providing market access it also seems to complement usefully the social legislation of the member states. In this ambitious book engineering equality alexander somek attempts a root and branch analysis of the evolving anti discrimination law of the european union interrogating both its philosophical premises and its current practices somek has much to say but little that is positive about adl and its advocates. Engineering equality an essay on european anti discrimination law alexander somek indeed anti discrimination law and policy appears to be the one sphere of social policy whose success is causally connected to the european union but how successful can anti discrimination law be this book uses legal analysis in order to expose the . The anti discrimination act 1977 is an act relating to discrimination in employment the public education system delivery of goods and services and other services such as banking health care property and night clubs the act helps unlawful racial sexual and other types of discrimination in certain circumstances and promotes equality of
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