Now showing items 1-10 of 23
Dissimulating on Caste in British Law
Legal responses to religious diversity (or to cultural diversity)?
Today, we are in a position to tackle in much more interesting ways the question of religious diversity and how that relates to law. If we ‘naively’ formulate the title of the present chapter into a problem about how state ...
Activism in the European Court of Justice and changing options for Turkish citizen migrants in the United Kingdom
(Union of Turkish Bar Associations (Türkiye Barolar Birliği), 2010)
Since the early days of their recruitment as workers into Western Europe, Turkish citizens’ immigration and residence rights have been curtailed by EU Member States even though the migration of Turkish citizens has not ...
The Indian dimension of An-Na’im’s Islam and the secular state
(Leuven University Press, 2010)
Orientalism, Multiculturalism, and Identity Politics: Hindus and the British Caste Law
This article discusses the role played by British Hindus in contesting legislation against caste discrimination. It gives an account of their limited objections to the law on caste by placing them within the context of ...
Ethnic and religious diversity in Britain: Where are we going?
(Palgrave MacMillan, 2010-12-07)