Discrimination In The Name Of Neutrality

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Since 2004, half of Germany's 16 states have introduced laws prohibiting public school teachers (and other civil servants in several states) from wearing the headscarf at work. The eight other German states have no such restrictions.

Law State And Religion In The New Europe

Author: Lorenzo Zucca
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521198100
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The law enacted in Baden-Wiirttemberg in 2004 prohibits teachers from “exercis[
ing] political, religious, ideological or similar manifestations,” particularly if they
constitute “a demonstration against human dignity, non discrimination.” However,
the “exhibition of Christian and occidental educational ... 26, available at www.
hrw.org/ reports/2009/02/26/discriminationnameneutrality—0 (last accessed
August 11, 2011). 47 Human Rights Watch, “Discrimination in the Name
ofNeutrality,” ...

Law And The Wearing Of Religious Symbols

Author: Erica Howard
Publisher: Routledge
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The Experiences Of Face Veil Wearers In Europe And The Law

Author: Eva Brems
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Right Wing Populism In Europe

Author: Ruth Wodak
Publisher: A&C Black
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Religion Identity And Politics

Author: Haldun Gülalp
Publisher: Routledge
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Challenging Identities

Author: Peter Madsen
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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Elver's account is partly based on a Human Rights Watch Report, Discrimination
in the Name of Neutrality: Headscarf Bans for Teachers and Civil Servants in
Germany (here after HRW) (February 26, 2009), http://www. hrw.org/reports/2009/
02/25/discrimination-name-neutrality. Cf. in particular Richard Puza, “The
Headscarf Issue: A German Perspective,” in Islam, Europe and Emerging Legal
Issues, eds. Cole W. Dunham and Rik Torfs (Famham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2012),
185–206.

Gender Nonconformity And The Law

Author: Kimberly A. Yuracko
Publisher: Yale University Press
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If one names the trait at issue as having sex with women, then the appropriate
oppositesex parallel might be a man who has sex with women. If the woman who
has sex with women is treated adversely while the man who has sex with women
is not, then the neutrality mandate may have been violated and sex
discrimination exists. If, however, one names the trait at issue as engaging in
samesex or homosexual relations, then the oppositesex parallel would be a man
who has sex with ...

Net Neutrality Contributions To The Debate

Author: Jorge Pérez Martínez (Coord.)
Publisher: Fundación Telefónica
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Or they point to the fact that a lot of content is made available to the Internet user '
for free'–a price of zero being, I suppose, the ultimate form of non-discrimination.
The implicit assumption behind these and various other claims in the net
neutrality debate is that discrimination is a bad thing which is likely to harm users,
or that at least it is a bad thing when it comes to the Internet. More careful
inspection – something which I think regulators need to undertake when it comes
to the ...

The Illusion Of Net Neutrality

Author: Bob Zelnick
Publisher: Hoover Press
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Indeed, this outcome would actually represent a form of truly pernicious
discrimination since it would involve an arbitrary transfer of economic wealth to
less-efl'icient content providers to the detriment of society.75 Two inherent
characteristics of the broadband market further illuminate why network-neutrality
regulations will be detrimental to social welfare. First, the broadband market is
not just any market, it is a distribution market and, as in many competitive markets
, non-neutral or ...