Legislating Equality describes the development of antidiscrimination policy through the lens of European integration. Through examining the development of discourses around anti-racism and historical developments in the 1980s, the book explains the role the key players who moved the legislation forward at the EU level.The main focus of this chapter will be text analysis, but we begin by examining some of the issues surrounding the development of antidiscrimination policy. ... a race relationsa which was brought into the European Parliament by British MEP Glyn Ford who chaired the first Committee ... At the same time, the Starting Line Group was also beginning to pursue antidiscrimination policy through the European Commission. ... The result was the passage of the Racial Equality Directive in 2000.
|Author||:||Terri E. Givens, Rhonda Evans Case|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2014-04|