Huffington Post covers our clients’ landmark racial discrimination adoption case in which the court ruled to award them with £120,000 in damages.
The BBC interviews our clients and their lawyer Georgina Calvert-Lee. Our clients hope the landmark ruling will ensure other couples wishing to adopt aren’t discriminated against based on race.
The county court rules in favour of our clients’ claim against Adopt Berkshire of discrimination on racial grounds, awarding around £120,000 in damages.
A Berkshire couple who were denied the chance of adopting a child because of their race have won their legal battle against Windsor and Maidenhead Borough Council for discrimination.
Adopt Berkshire’s denial of adoption services to our clients was found to be direct discrimination.
“We felt there needed to be a change…to ensure discrimination like this doesn’t happen to others wishing to do this wonderful thing called adoption.” – say our clients who have won their discrimination case.
Counsel interviews Georgina Calvert-Lee and Charlotte Proudman on the rising tide of campus rape and violence, and universities’ duty of care.
Our clients, the Manders, tell BBC South how they were racially discriminated against by Adopt Berkshire.
Sandeep and Reena Mander, with the backing of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, begin a four-day trial against Berkshire’s adoption service on Monday 4 November.
Georgina Calvert-Lee speaks to The Guardian about the widespread use of non-disclosure agreements, especially in cases of sexual harassment.
Client Dr Emma Chapman speaks out against non-disclosure agreements. Dr Chapman refused to sign an NDA in her sexual harassment complaint against UCL.
A student confided in Helen Coleman, a PhD student at the time, who reported the Senior Lecturer’s inappropriate behaviour. Rather than address the complaints in the interests of their students’ safety, Glyndwr University chose to ignore Coleman’s report.