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Anti-discrimination Law in the Global Age

Monday 26 January 2015 by Isabelle Rorive

This article argues that the traditional segregated approach to anti-discrimination law, which studies different courts and legal orders in isolation from one another, no longer provides adequate conceptual and normative tools to fully grasp the current evolutions and challenges in this domain. Instead, there is a genuine need for a global approach to anti-discrimination law in which comparative law plays a central role.


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