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Sex Equality Law in the European Union (European Law)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0471964360, Hardcover)"Professor Ole Due, the former President of the Court, has said that discrimination is the most important legal concept to be developed in the last part of this century. Detailed exploration of its implications and nuances has only just begun. This book is to be welcomed as a thought-provoking contribution to the debate." From the Foreword by David Edward, Judge at the Court of Justice of the European Communities, Luxembourg
With contributions from eminent European judges, academics and legal practitioners, Sex Equality Law in the European Union provides an examination of the European Union?s regulation of sex equality and the contribution of the law to the position of women and men in the Member States. The contributors provide invaluable analysis of the current state of the law and offer opinion on the best way forward. The breadth of topics dealt with are placed within the context of the following seven key areas: ? Equal pay ? Equal treatment ? Social security ? Enforcement of sex equality in employment ? Citizenship and human rights ? Women and the internal market ? Perspectives on sex equality law: proposals for reform This authoritative work is essential reading for lawyers, academics and all European law commentators. The issues addressed in this book also impact significantly on all employers and their legal advisers, whether in the commercial or public sectors.
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