European Equality Law Review 2022/1

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Series Details 2022/1, Number 1
Publication Date September 2022
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  • This issue opens with four in-depth articles. The first article, by András Kádár, the non-discrimination expert for Hungary, explores the role of actio popularis actions in promoting equal treatment of Roma in Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia.
  • The second article, by Carmine Conte, legal policy analyst at the Migration Policy Group, explores the legal frameworks regarding the denial of reasonable accommodation to employees and jobseekers with disabilities in Denmark, France, Ireland and Italy.
  • The third article, by Peter Cannoot and Sarah Ganty from the University of Ghent, looks at the protection against discrimination in EU law of trans, non-binary and intersex persons.
  • The final article, by Sabrina D’Andrea, who holds a PhD from the European University Institute Florence, investigates the pension pay gap in the EU, and identifies ways forward for the EU in its efforts to achieve substantive gender equality in pensions.

As in previous issues of this publication, the following section provides an overview of the relevant case law of the Court of Justice of the EU and of the European Court of Human Rights. The final section on national developments contains brief summaries of the most important developments in legislation, case law and policy at the national level in the 36 countries covered by the network.

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