Ask no questions: an international legal analysis on sexual orientation discrimination
Ask No Questions provides readers with a better understanding of Sexual Orientation Discrimination as an increasingly important area of law around the world. Through a focus on the comparisons and contradictions of this type of law, and its detailed examination of the relationship between sexual orientation issues and the law, the book will be of importance to those concerned with equality.
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A.R. Riggs achieve action African American apply Article Ask No Questions beneﬁts Canada Canadian Charter Commission Community complainant concemed Constitution Convention countries cultural Declaration Declaration of Montreal deﬁned disability discriminatory duty economic effect eliminate employer employment equity Employment Policy Convention enforcement ensure equal pay equal rights established ethnic European Union law ﬁght ﬁnal ﬁrst Free Trade fundamental freedoms gender identity govemment grounds groups guaranteed homosexual human rights Ibid implementation Important for equal individual institutions Intemational Covenant labor legislation LGBT Maastricht Treaty measures Member NAFTA occupational Organization particular Party practice Preamble principles programs prohibited promote Protocol race recognized regulations relation religion remuneration requirement respect rights and freedoms rights and fundamental same-sex Section sexual orientation discrimination social society South Africa speciﬁcally status subsection temporary entry treatment Treaty Treaty of Lisbon Treaty of Rome United Nations unlawful women workers Zealand