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Religious Expression in the Workplace and the Contested Role of Law
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"This is an important, incisive and detailed account of the difficulties that religious minorities have in securing their Article 9 rights with respect to employment in the courts." Professor Anthony Bradney AcSS, FRSA "This book makes a significant contribution to the current debate on the position of the religious employee in the secular workplace. Its focus on the 'internal viewpoint' of the religious employee is innovative. It will be a valuable resource for those interested in the legal protection of religious expression at work." Professor Lucy Vickers, Oxford Brookes University "His study ... exposes, with painstaking attention to detail, the arguments for and against law reform in this field. Whilst proposing practical solutions, the study is also rooted in a solid theoretical framework. It offers a major contribution to our understanding of the role of deep-seated motives behind religious expression, in so many of its forms, and does so within the context of a range of theoretical positions." Professor Norman Doe, Director for the Centre for Law and Religion, Cardiff, and Series Editor of the 'Law and Religion' series at Routledge.
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Andrew Hambler is Senior Lecturer for Human Resources and Employment Law at the Department of Human Resources and Leadership, University of Wolverhampton, UK.
1. Introduction 2. Conceptualising 'Religious Expression' in the Workplace 3. Restricting or Guaranteeing Religious Freedom in the Workplace: Legal Models 4. The Effect of the European Convention on Human Rights and its Application 5. The Legislative and Policy Landscape in England and Wales 6. Negative Manifestation 7. Passive Manifestation 8. Active Manifestation 9. Conclusion