Religious Discrimination: At a legal crossroads

Oliver Spratt and Louise Mason consider the implications of the European Court of Human Rights’ decision in Eweida The tribunal rejected Eweida’s claim because wearing a cross was not a mandatory requirement of the Christian faith, but rather her personal choice. Judgment in Eweida & ors v United Kingdom was handed down on 15 January …
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Cases Referenced

  • Eweida & ors v UK [2013] ECHR 37
  • Konttinen v Finland [1996] 87-A DR 68
  • R (SB) v Governors of Denbigh High School [2006] UKHL 15
  • Stedman v the United Kingdom [1997] 23 EHRR CD 168