non-discrimination


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Noun1.non-discrimination - fairness in treating people without prejudice
fairness, equity - conformity with rules or standards; "the judge recognized the fairness of my claim"
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The long-awaited Employment Non-Discrimination Act on February 27 received its first hearing in the U.
The selected tenderer is expected to produce a concise country overview on non-discrimination policies for each of the EU Member States, to support the European Commission in mainstreaming non-discrimination policies in the EU 2020 strategy and to provide advice and expertise in different events and seminars focused on equality policies.
For 31 years activists have lobbied the legislators to pass the Sexual Orientation Non-Discrimination Act, which would outlaw antigay discrimination in housing, employment, and other areas.
With genetic non-discrimination legislation, all genetic conditions can be researched equitably, without fearing a privacy violation.
Senate have mentioned his name in an effort to persuade their colleagues to pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.
The basic principle in this regard is one of non-discrimination between imported and similar or competing domestic goods.
Throughout his career, Merkley has been a leading champion of LGBTQ non-discrimination protections.
Joanna Duka and Breanna Koski, owners of Brush & Nib Studio, filed a lawsuit against the city of Phoenix in 2016, alleging that the city's non-discrimination ordinance would pressure them to make wedding invitations for LGBTQ couples, which the duo argued is against their religious beliefs.
EU Non-Discrimination Law in the Courts: Approaches to Sex and Sexualties Discrimination in EU Law
Referring to the Constitutional guarantees for achieving gender equality, he highlighted that Chapter 1 of the Constitution of Pakistan describes the Fundamental Rights of its citizens based on the principle of equality and non-discrimination and further added that article 25, 26 and 27 of Chapter one of the Fundamental Rights, guarantee equality for citizens, non-discrimination in respect of access to public places and safeguard against discrimination in services.
32 million people now live in cities that have more comprehensive, transgender inclusive non-discrimination laws than their state or the federal government;