Advanced Research Consortium on Gender, Culture and the Knowledge Society

Project

Researching Indirect Discrimination

Project Description

Indirect discrimination: development of the concept: contribution of EU measures
Economic empowerment of women: the contribution of international law (as Chair of International Law Association Committee on Feminism and International Law, addressing this topic) www.ila-hq.org

Project Details

Principal Investigators:

Dr. Patricia Conlan

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Project Outputs

BOOKS (chapters)

"Female Emigration from Ireland", in Networking Europe: Essays on Regionalism and Social Democracy, ed. Bort and Evans (Liverpool University Press, 2000), 175-192.

"Jus soli and derivative rights; potential factors in the trafficking of people?", in Women and International Law, ed. Rudolf and Beate (Nomos Verlag, 2006), 215-232.

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

"Kunqian Catherine Zhu and Man Lavette Chen v Secretary of State for the Home Department C-200/02 – respect for family life" in European Human Rights Cases 5.11 (2004), 1041-1050

FORTHCOMING

"Indirect discrimination and sex equality in the workplace: the emergence of a definition – some reflections" in Problems of employment relations and social security law: European and national, ed. Jerzy Wratny (Kluwer, 2013) (22 pages).

Advanced Research Consortium on Gender, Culture and the Knowledge Society