A question of faith
Although the recently published Employment Equality Regulations seek to clear up many of the issues surrounding discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief, it is missing one fundamental issue, writes Makbool Javaid
In November, the Government published the Employment Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations 2003 pursuant to its obligations to outlaw discrimination on grounds of religion and belief in employment under the EU Framework Directive 2000/7PS/EC.
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