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Racial discrimination in employment — Who suffers?

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Hendry, R.D. Racial discrimination in employment — Who suffers?. Liverpool Law Rev 2, 131–136 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03186648

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Keywords

  • Racial Discrimination
  • Statutory Offence
  • Appeal Tribunal
  • Racial Ground
  • Liverpool Polytechnic