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Comparative Discrimination Law

Historical and Theoretical Frameworks

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Human history is marked by group and individual struggles for emancipation, equality and self-expression. This first volume in the <i>Brill Research Perspectives in Comparative Discrimination Law</i> briefly explores some of the history underlying these efforts in the field of discrimination law. A broad discussion of the historical development of issues of discrimination is first set out, looking at certain international, regional and national bases for modern discrimination legal structures. Several of the theoretical frameworks invoked in a comparative discrimination law analysis are then addressed, either as institutional frameworks or theories addressing specific protection grounds. This first volume is dedicated to setting out an introduction to the field of comparative discrimination law to give the reader a platform from which to undertake further reading and research in the compelling topic of comparative discrimination law.

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