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EDF Research Network and King’s College London ‘Anglo-American discussion’

May 6, 2014

On 1 April 2014, the Equality and Diversity Forum Research Network and King’s College London Law School hosted an Anglo-American discussion asking: Does ‘diversity management’ reduce discrimination?

The keynote speaker was David Oppenheimer, Clinical Professor of Law, Berkeley Law with responses from Robin Allen QC, Head of Cloisters and Geraldine Healy, Professor of Employment Relations, Queen Mary University of London. The discussion was chaired by Maleiha Malik, Professor of Law at King’s College London and member of the EDF Research Network Steering Group.

Note of discussion (Word)

Note of discussion (PDF)

Agenda for the event (Word)

Biographies of speakers (Word)

 

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Speakers and participants at the seminar at King’s College London

 

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Professor Oppenheimer and Robin Allen QC

 

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Professor Oppenheimer, Robin Allen QC and Professor Healy

 

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Robin Allen QC and Professor Healy

 

The EDF Research Network thanks King’s College London for hosting this event and also thanks the Joseph Rowntree Foundation for supporting the Research Network.


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