Sexual Orientation Discrimination
This chapter examines the European Union's (EU) approach to sexual orientation discrimination policy. It traces the growth of a debate on the appropriate role of the EU on sexual discrimination issues through the adoption of the Framework Directive on Equal Treatment in Employment and Occupation. It highlights the growth of sexual discrimination litigation since 1996 and discusses the cases of Grant v South–West Trains and D and Sweden v Council.
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