The first 2019 issue of the European Equality Law Review provides a new overview of legal and policy developments across Europe, reflecting the state of affairs from 1 July to 31 December 2018. It describes the most recent case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights and details the most relevant developments in the same period in legislation, case law and policy in the 36 countries that are covered by the network.
European equality law review No. 1 | 2019
The thematic reports published by the Network provide an in-depth analysis of a variety of themes in the non-discrimination and/or gender equality field. The topics for 2018 are: Enforcement of the protection against dismissal, discrimination and unfavourable treatment due to the take up of family related leaves (pregnancy/maternity leave, paternity leave, parental leave) in EU law (author Annick Masselot), Transgender and gender identity in non-discrimination law (authors Marjolein van den Brink and Peter Dunne), The United Nations and the European Unions’ Approach to Disability Equality: A Comparison of the UN CRPD and EU Equality Law (authors Lisa Waddington and Andrea Broderick), Equality Bodies (author Niall Crowley), Equal pay: update on case law and best practices equal pay (author Susanne Burri, forthcoming) and Overview EU gender equality law update (author Susanne Burri).
Family leave: enforcement of the protection against dismissal and unfavourable treatment
The comparative analyses provide a general overview of the implementation of EU gender equality and non-discrimination law in the 28 EU Member States, the Republic of North Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia and Turkey.