Religious Discrimination at Work (Download, trade union)

This booklet critically evaluates the scope of the Employment Equality (Religion and Belief) Regulations 2003.

Lucy Vickers | Feb 2020
Free to subscribers


Sign up to become a member to get unlimited access to all publications.

About a book

This booklet, written by Lucy Vickers, an acknowledged expert in the field, critically evaluates the scope of the Employment Equality (Religion and Belief) Regulations 2003 and looks at how the Regulations interact with the European Convention on Human Rights.

The aim of the publication is to act as a guide to the main provisions of the Regulations and to assess what they mean for both religious and secular employers and workers. The author covers indirect and direct discrimination, harassment and victimisation and discusses the question of justification and proportionality. She ends by making suggestions for good workplace practices in order to avoid discrimination on grounds of religion and belief at work.


Click the image below for a limited preview of the book.

Get your copy now (free to subscribers)

This publication is available in hard copy and as an electronic download. There are substantial discounts available for trade union members – please select the appropriate option from the drop down list below.


Those with a paid subscription to the IER can:

  • Access their free copy of the publication immediately by logging in to their account You must be logged in to view this content.
  • Save their free copy to their personal library by logging in to their account and selecting either of the ‘download’ options below. Please add the download to your basket and proceed to the checkout to save the product to your library – you will not be charged.

Order copies online