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Section II New Player Joining In: the European Union and Religious Discrimination: Accommodation of religion and sex equality in tin can bay resorts the workplace under the EU equality directives: a double bind for the European Court of Justice, Titia Loenen; Silence is golden?

Charting the intersections of speech and direct discrimination under EU law with a special focus on racial and religious discrimination in recruitment, Jogchum Vrielink; Religious-ethos orland florida resorts employers and other expressive employers under European and Belgian employment law, Yves Stox.

Part II Identity, Neutrality, Secularism: Case Studies and Comparative Perspectives: Section I Country Studies: Turkey, France and Belgium: Religion in the public and private Turkish workplace: the approach of the Turkish judiciary, Mine Yildrim; The practice of religion in the French public and private can bay resorts workplace: in search of an elusive balance, Rim-Sarah Alouane; Jewish women in the Belgian workplace: an anthropological perspective, Efrat Tzadik. Section II Comparative Perspectives In the Public and Private Workplace: Muslim women cayman hotels and resorts made redundant: unintended signals in Belgian and Dutch case law on religious dress in private sector employment and unemployment, Katayoun Alidadi; Reasonable accommodation as a tool to manage religious diversity in the workplace: what about the transposability of an American concept into the French secular context.

Gabrielle destination resorts india pvt ltd Caceres; A perspective from across the Atlantic: the Faith at Work movement in tin can bay resorts the United turf valley States resorts. A new management model for religious diversity in theb European workplace.

Amandine Barb; Religion, diversity and the workplace: what role for the law.

Julie Ringelheim; Index.The views expressed during the execution of the RELIGARE project, in whatever form and or by whatever medium, are the sole responsibility of the authors.

The European Union is not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.

About the Editor: Katayoun Alidadi is a PhD researcher at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium and project researcher for RELIGARE.Marie-Claire Foblets, Lic.

(Belgium) is professor of Law and of Anthropology at the Universities of Leuven (Louvain) and Antwerp.

She has held various visiting professorships both within and outside Europe. For tin can bay resorts several years she served as Head of the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at the Catholic University of Leuven.

She currently chairs the Institute for Migration Law alpine mountain resorts and Legal Anthropology tin can bay resorts at the Law Faculty in Leuven.

She has conducted extensive research and published widely on issues of migration law, including the elaboration of European migration law after the family resorts in fiji Treaty of Amsterdam, citizenshipnationality laws, compulsory integration, anti-racism and non-discrimination, etc. In tin can bay resorts the field of anthropology resorts bahrain of law, her research focuses on cultural diversity and legal practice, with a particular interest in the application of Islamic family laws in Europe, and more recently in the resorts khao yai accommodation of cultural and religious diversity under State law.