This publication considers the level to which non secular pursuits are safe at paintings, with specific connection with the security opposed to non secular discrimination supplied by way of the Equality Act 2010. It establishes a principled foundation for settling on the correct scope of spiritual freedom at paintings, and considers the interplay of freedom of faith with the best to not be discriminated opposed to on grounds of faith. The e-book locates the debates surrounding faith and trust equality inside a philosophical and theoretical framework within which the significance of freedom of faith and its position in the place of work is totally debated. This moment version is absolutely revised and up-to-date within the gentle of modern case legislation from the united kingdom and eu courtroom of Human Rights which bargains with non secular discrimination and freedom of faith.
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