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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Hambler, Andrew, author.
Religious expression in the workplace and the contested role of law
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||9781317703129 131770312X 9781315780641 131578064X|
|Description:||1 online resource (274 pages).|
|Contents:||Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Table of cases; Acknowledgements; Foreword; 1 Introduction; The issue; Purpose and overview; Materials and approach; Outline structure; 2 Conceptualising 'religious expression' in the workplace; Introduction; Identifying religious expression: a typology; Religious expression: a test of legitimacy; The importance of sincerity; The nature of the workplace; Conclusion; 3 Restricting or guaranteeing religious freedom in the workplace: legal models; Introduction; The six models; Exclusion; Support for a preferred (historic) religion. Laissez-faire'Islands of exclusivity'; Protection for religion; Protection for minority religions; Conclusion; 4 The effect of the European Convention on Human Rights and its application; Introduction; Convention rights and freedom of religion; Application to the workplace; Balancing rights: Eweida and Ors; Conclusion; 5 The legislative and policy landscape in England and Wales; Introduction; England and Wales (before 2003); England and Wales (post-2003); Public policy; Conclusion; 6 Negative manifestation; Introduction; Negative manifestation during working time due to religious obligations. Negative manifestation for reasons of conscientious objectionConclusion; 7 Passive manifestation; Introduction; Article 9 case law; The workplace in England and Wales: pre-2003 developments; The workplace in England and Wales: post-2003 developments; Conclusion; 8 Active manifestation; Introduction; Article 9 case law; Employment discrimination cases; Active expression and sexual orientation; Conclusion; 9 Conclusion; Introduction; The models revisited; Moving further towards the protection model --
an assessment of the options; Public policy; Conclusion; Select bibliography; Index.
|Series Title:||Law and Religion.|
"This is an important, incisive and detailed account of the difficulties that religious minorities have in securing their Article 9 rights with respect to employment in the courts." Professor Anthony
- Religion in the workplace -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain.
- Discrimination in employment -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain.
- Freedom of religion -- Great Britain.
- Labor laws and legislation -- Great Britain.
- LAW -- Discrimination.
- LAW -- General.
- LAW -- Labor & Employment.
- LAW -- Constitutional.
- LAW -- Public.
- Discrimination in employment -- Law and legislation.
- Freedom of religion.
- Labor laws and legislation.
- Religion in the workplace -- Law and legislation.
- Great Britain.