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Stanford University

Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law

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Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law uses a problem-based approach to examine a global view of anti-discrimination law, comparing US, European, and other national, regional and international legal systems, including those of India, Brazil, and South Africa.

The course covers five topic modules: employment discrimination and harassment (race, sex, age, disability); marriage equality (race, same-sex); affirmative action (race, caste, origin)/gender parity; hate speech (race, sex, religion); and secularism and the rights of religious minorities.

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Taught by

Richard Thompson Ford and David B. Oppenheimer


4.8 rating at edX based on 13 ratings

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