||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 140 (Sep)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
||Darius A'Zami (instructed by the Free Representation Unit) for the employee.
||Paul Epstein QC (instructed by Bindmans LLP) for the employer.
||13 August 2009
Employment - Discrimination - Racial discrimination - Employee being of northern Sudanese ethnic origin - Employee applying for role of Sudan researcher - Employer not appointing her on basis of her being northern Sudanese - Employee claiming for race discrimination - Employment tribunal upholding claim of direct race discrimination - Whether tribunal erring - .
Employment Discrimination. In dismissing the employer's appeal, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that the effect of of the Race Relations Act 1976 was to disapply s 41(1) of that Act in the case of all discrimination, direct or, within the scope of the Race Directive (Council Directive (EC) 2000-43).
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