Cultural Rights and the Immutability Requirement in Disparate Impact Doctrine. - Stanford Law School

Cultural Rights and the Immutability Requirement in Disparate Impact Doctrine.

By Stanford Law School

  • Release Date - Published: 2003-06-01
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Stanford Law School
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INTRODUCTION International and regional human rights instruments, as well as the domestic law of certain countries, proscribe discrimination on the basis of culture in addition to discrimination based on race, national origin, and religion. (1) The United States, however, has not followed this course. This can be seen by examining the legal status of facially neutral workplace policies that govern the dress, grooming, and language use of employees. Although such policies are often routine and unremarkable, they can become flash points for controversy when they impose burdens that are felt along racial or ethnic lines.

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