(Social Policy) (Opinion) The defendant company had advertised for workers, but said it was unwilling to employ Morrocans.
Advocate General Maduro expressed the opinion that the Directive must be understood in the framework of a wider policy to foster conditions for a socially inclusive labour market and to ensure the development of democratic and tolerant societies which allow the participation of all persons irrespective of racial or ethnic origin.
Advocate General Poiares Maduro
C-54/07,  EUECJ C-54/07
Council Directive 2000/43/EC of 29 June 2000 implementing the principle of equal treatment between persons irrespective of racial or ethnic origin
Opinion – Centrum Voor Gelijkheid Van Kansen En Voor Racismebestrijding v Firma Feryn NV ECJ 10-Jul-2008
The company declared that it would not employ immigrants to work on certain customers’ houses, saying that the customers would be reluctant to allow access. The Centrum, an anti racist organisation said this was in breach of the Directive, and . .
Cited – Jivraj v Hashwani SC 27-Jul-2011
The parties had a joint venture agreement which provided that any dispute was to be referred to an arbitrator from the Ismaili community. The claimant said that this method of appointment became void as a discriminatory provision under the 2003 . .
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Updated: 07 February 2021; Ref: scu.266420