equality:online - Episode 3

Advice and Guidance

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    • Scotland

      Scotland

EU equality legislation

The Scottish legal team is pleased to present the third in our series of four webcasts, equality:online. These webcasts are aimed at providing flexible training to practitioners across Britain who work with legal issues in their day-to-day work. With this training you can watch it at your desk, at a time that suits and as many times as you like.

In this episode of equality: online, Jayne Hardwick, Senior Lawyer from the Equality and Human Rights Commission and Alice Stobart, Advocate from Westwater Advocates, provide an introduction to EU equality legislation, discuss key case law and set out the principles courts follow when applying this legislation.

Further reading materials are available in the links below.

Full version

This is the full version of the webcast.

Full version with BSL and subtitles (optional)

This is the full version of the webcast with BSL and subtitles (click on the subtitles icon at the bottom right of the video to display the subtitles).

Further Reading (Including Case References)

Last updated: 08 May 2017

Further information

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