FIDH third-party intervention: religiously-motivated discrimination in the UK on the ground of sexual orientation

On 15 September 2011, FIDH, jointly with ICJ and ILGA-Europe, submitted written comments in the Ladele & McFarlane v. United Kingdom case concerning religiously-motivated discrimination on the ground of sexual orientation. This third-party intervention argues that it is prohibided to take a religiously-motivated decision to discriminate on the ground of sexual orientation in the course of providing a non-religious service on behalf on a non-religious employer.

FIDH-ICJ-ILGA-Europe written comments (September 2011):

Ladele & McFarlane v. United Kingdom: FIDH third-party intervention - September 2011 [EN]
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