This edited collection addresses the multidimensionality of EU equality law from conceptual as well as practical perspectives. Bringing together academics from all over Europe and from different disciplines, including law, politics and sociology, the book focuses on the question of multidimensionality and intersectionality, and deals with the consequences of multiplying discrimination grounds within EU equality law.
Table of Contents
Introduction: 1. Dagmar Schiek with Victoria Chege: From EU Non-Discrimination Law towards Multidimensional Equality Law for Europe Part 1: Assessing Legal Responses to Multidimensional Equality 2. Ruth Nielsen: Is EU Equality Law Capable of Addressing Multiple and Intersectional Discrimination Yet? 3. Oddný Mjöll Arnadóttir: Multidimensional Equality from Within – Themes from the European Convention of Human Rights 4. Sandra Fredman: Promoting Multi-Dimensional Equality: Positive Duties and Positive Rights Part 2: Theorising Intersectionality from Different Disciplinary Angles 5. Ulrike M. Vieten: Intersectionality Scope and Multidimensional Equality within the European Union: Traversing National Boundaries of Inequality? 6. Iyiola Solanke: Stigma: A limiting principle allowing multi-consciousness in anti-discrimination law? 7. Morag Goodwin: Multi-dimensional Identities and Socio- Economic Exclusion: The Case of the Roma 8. Michael Orton / Peter Ratcliffe: From single to multi-dimensional approaches to equalities: the example of contract compliance Part 3: Comparative Approaches to Multidimensional Equality Law in Europe 9. Kevät Nousiainen: Utility based equality and disparate diversities – from a Finnish perspective 10. Susanne Burri / Sacha Prechal: Comparative Approaches to Gender Equality and Non-Discrimination in Europe 11. Kristina Koldinska: Multidimensional Equality in the Czech and Slovak Republics 12. Sylvaine Laulom: French Legal Approaches to Equality and Discrimination for Intersecting Grounds with a Focus on Labour Law 13. Hege Skjeie: Reorganising Institutions for Addressing Multiple Discrimination Part 4: A Symbol of Intersectionality in Legal Discourse – The Headscarf Enigma 14. Titia Loenen: The Headscarf Debate: Approaching the Intersection of Sex, Religion, and Race under the ECHR and EC Equality Law 15. Lynn Roseberry: Religion, Race, Ethnicity and Gender in the Danish Headscarf Debate 16. Ute Sacksofsky: Religion and Equality in Germany – the Headscarf Debate from a "Constitutional Perspective"
Dagmar Schiek is Jean Monnet Professor for European Law and Director of the Centre of European Law and Legal Studies (CELLS) at the University of Leeds, UK.
Victoria Chege is a research assistant at the University of Oldenburg, Germany