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1 Introduction This chapter presents a review of the many sources and reports on discrimination of Muslims in the specific context of the Danish state and branches government followed by analysis and discussion of a number of key aspects of discriminiation. The question of unjust or prejudiced

In: State, Religion and Muslims

Liberalism has difficulty resolving the tension between discrimination and equal citizenship. On one hand, liberals have learned that pervasive discrimination undermines equal citizenship. 1 In the U.S., for example, state intervention was and remains necessary to roll back racial and gender

In: Journal of Law, Religion and State

Part 1: Comparative Law’s Resistance to Race Racial discrimination is a topic rarely broached by comparative law scholars. While the reasons for this reticence as to addressing matters of race certainly vary across jurisdictions, a number of explanatory factors surface with greater

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Comparative Discrimination Law

1 Introduction Recent case law from the United States demonstrates that, within the US legal order, travel bans are not outside the remit of constitutional review. Immigration restrictions for groups of aliens may be tested against human rights, including the prohibition of discrimination. Trump

In: European Journal of Migration and Law

Part 1: Comparative Law’s Resistance to Race Racial discrimination is a topic rarely broached by comparative law scholars. While the reasons for this reticence as to addressing matters of race certainly vary across jurisdictions, a number of explanatory factors surface with greater frequency across

In: Racial Discrimination