Tackling Racism in Europe: An Examination of Anti-discrimination Law in Practice

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Berg, 1995 - Law - 223 pages
With integration at the forefront of the European agenda, the importance of national identity and ethnic heritage has become the object of focused attention. So too have racial conflict and discrimination, as groups vie for place and privilege in an increasingly competitive world. This book aims to provide a critical examination of current anti-discrimination law and policy relating to race in a selection of the EC member states. It also discusses provisions and developments likely to result from the creation of a unified Europe as well as the relevance of international and regional treaty obligations.

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Martin MacEwen is an Assistant Principal and Director of Scottish Ethnic Minorities Research Unit, at Edinburgh College of Art, Heriot-Watt University.

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