non-discrimination


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fairness in treating people without prejudice

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Let us pledge our collective energy towards passing comprehensive, non-discrimination protections and expanding our hate crimes laws to protect our LGBTQ citizens from violence.
Moreover, the recent adoption of the EU Human Rights Guidelines on Non-Discrimination reinforces the existing EU Guidelines to promote and protect the enjoyment of all human rights by LGBTI persons.
It only ensures non-discrimination, which means treating virtually everyone equally.
These regulations permit a plan to satisfy the non-discrimination requirement by providing employees with either non-discriminatory contributions (input) or non-discriminatory benefits (output).
Furthermore, the chief minister added that the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Persons with Disabilities (UN CRPD) provides for the right to 'Equality and non-discrimination for all people with disabilities including deaf people and requires they have equal protection and benefit under law.
Two adoption agencies, Bethany Christian Services and Catholic Social Services, accused officials at the Department of Human Services of religious discrimination because the city enforced its non-discrimination laws, which prohibit discrimination against LGBTQ people.
This volume compares the approaches of the German and Dutch courts towards European Union and national non-discrimination laws on sex and sexuality, aiming to reveal national factors that influence the interpretations, application, and effectiveness of EU non-discrimination law and the harmonization process in general.
The interpretation of non-discrimination clauses lies at the epicenter of the practice of international courts and tribunals.
* 32 million people now live in cities that have more comprehensive, transgender inclusive non-discrimination laws than their state or the federal government;
Numerous international and regional human rights treaties adopted after the Universal Declaration reproduce the UDHR's list virtually verbatim in their non-discrimination clauses, and therefore include "color" in addition to "race" among the prohibited grounds of discrimination.
"Negarche", a brand roughly translated as an insulting word for some African people (in this case referring to a kid), are Bulgarian biscuits that have been manufactured for decades, some time before non-discrimination standards were established.
On this week's TribCast, Emily talks to Evan, Ross and Alexa about Houston's mayoral race, the defeat of the city's non-discrimination ordinance and an influential House chairman's reelection bid.
Highlighting efforts by OSCE institutions in promoting tolerance and non-discrimination, Zannier pointed in particular to the work of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, which has developed tools to promote dialogue about religious tolerance and non-discrimination.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Ohio House Committee on Community and Family Advancement has voted in favor of Ohio Right to Life's Down Syndrome Non-Discrimination Act (H.B.
THE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH Non-discrimination Act (RHNDA), a District of Columbia law protecting employees' right to make reproductive health decisions--including abortion, contraception and in vitro fertilization--without fear of retaliation from their employers, went into effect May 2 after becoming the subject of national controversy, RHNDA was passed by the DC Council and signed into law by DC mayor Muriel Bowser in January, but like all District laws it was subject to congressional review.
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