Disability discrimination

Additional reading on the context and history of disability discrimination laws

  1. J. tenBroek and F. W. Matson, ‘The Disabled and the Law of Welfare’ (1966) 54 California Law Review 809.
  2. I. K. Zola, ‘Towards the Necessary Universalising of a Disability Policy’ (1989) 67 (Supp 2, Pt 2) Millbank Quarterly 401.
  3. M. Oliver and C. Barnes (eds), Disabled People and Social Policy: From Exclusion to Inclusion (London, Longman, 1998).
  4. J. E. Birkenbach, S. Chatterji, E. M. Badley, and T. B. Ustun, ‘Models of Disablement, Universalism and the International Classification of Impairments, Disabilities and Handicaps’ (1999) 48 Journal of Social Science and Medicine 1172.
  5. C. Barnes, ‘A Working Social Model? Disability, Work and Disability Politics in the 21st Century’ (2000) 20 Critical Social Policy 441.
  6. M. C. Weber, ‘Disability and the Law of Welfare: A Post-Integrationist Examination’ (2000) University of Illinois Law Review 889.
  7. K. Wells, ‘The Impact of the Framework Employment Directive on UK Disability Discrimination Law’ (2003) 32 Industrial Law Journal 253.
  8. D. Mabbett, ‘Some Are More Equal than Others: Definitions of Disability in Social Policy and Discrimination Law in Europe’ (2005) 34 Journal of Social Policy 215.
  9. P. Alldridge, ‘Locating Disability Law’ (2006) 59 Current Legal Problems 289.
  10. D. Schiek, L. Waddington, and M. Bell, Cases, Materials and Text on National, Supranational and International Non-Discrimination Law, (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2007) 127–146.
  11. N. Bamforth, M. Malik, and C. O’Cinneide, Discrimination Law: Theory and Context (London, Sweet & Maxwell, 2008) ­chapter 14.
  12. S. F. Butlin, ‘The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: Does the Equality Act 2010 Measure up to UK International Commitments?’ (2011) 40 Industrial Law Journal 428.
  13. A. Lawson, ‘Disability and Employment in the Equality Act 2010 Opportunities Seized, Lost and Generated’ (2011) 40 Industrial Law Journal 359.
  14. V. Perju, ‘Impairment, Discrimination, and the Legal Construction of Disability in the European Union and the United States’ (2011) 44 Cornell International Law Journal 279.
  15. M. Connolly, Discrimination Law, 2nd edition (London, Sweet & Maxwell, 2011) ­chapter 13.
  16. S. Fredman, Discrimination Law, 2nd edition (Oxford, OUP, 2011) 95–101.
  17. D. Wasserman, ‘Is Disability Discrimination Different?’ in D. Hellman and S. Moreau (eds.), Philosophical Foundations of Discrimination Law (Oxford, OUP, 2013) 269.
  18. B. Hepple, Equality: The New Legal Framework, 2nd edition, (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2014).
  19. E. Albin, ‘Universalising the Right to Work of Persons with Disabilities: An Equality and Dignity Based Approach’ in in V. Mantouvalou, The Right to Work – Legal and Philosophical Perspectives (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2015) 61.
  20. M. Bell, ‘Sickness Absence and the Court of Justice: Examining the Role of Fundamental Rights in EU Employment Law (2015) 21 European Law Journal 641.
  21. T. Hervey and P. Rostant, “’All About That Bass’? Is Non-Ideal-Weight Discrimination Unlawful in the UK?” (2016) 79 Modern Law Review 248.
  22. M. Bell, “Mental Health, Law, and Creating Inclusive Workplaces” (2016) 69 Current Legal Problems 1.
  23. D. Kruse, L. Schur, S. Rogers and M. Ameri, “Why Do Workers with Disabilities Earn Less? Occupational Job Requirements and Disability Discrimination” (2019) 56 British Journal of Industrial Relations 798.
  24. J. Miller, “The European Disability Rights Revolution” (2019) 67 European Law Review 44.

Additional reading on the definition of disability

  1. F. Reynold QC and A. Palmer, ‘What Place for Hindsight in Deciding Whether a Claimant Was Disabled?’ [2007] 36 Industrial Law Journal 486.
  2. J. E. Petts, ‘Prognoses for Disability Discrimination Following McDougall’ (2008) 37 Industrial Law Journal 268.
  3. M. Pilgerstorfer and S. Forshaw, ‘Transferred Discrimination in European Law’ (2008) 37 Industrial Law Journal 384.
  4. P. Roberts, ‘Caring for the Disabled? New Boundaries in Disability Discrimination’ (2009) 72 Modern Law Review 635, 643–647.
  5. C. O’Brien, ‘Equality’s False Summits: New Varieties of Disability Discrimination, “Excessive” Equal Treatment and Economically Constructed Horizons’ (2011) 36 European Law Review 26, 31–37.
  6. D. Hosking, ‘Fat Rights Claim Rebuffed: Kaltoft v Municipality of Billund’ (2015) 44 Industrial Law Journal 460.
  7. A. De Paor and C. O’Mahony, “The Need to Protect Employees with Genetic Predisposition to Mental Illness? The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Case for Regulation” (2016) 45 Industrial Law Journal 525.

Additional reading on prohibited conduct and the duty to make reasonable adjustments

  1. L. Waddington and A. Hendriks, ‘The Expanding Concept of Employment and Discrimination in Europe: From Direct and Indirect Discrimination to Reasonable Accommodation Discrimination’ (2002) 8 International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations 403.
  2. P. Hughes, ‘Disability Discrimination and the Duty to Make Reasonable Adjustments: Recent Developments’ (2004) 33 Industrial Law Journal 358.
  3. Lawson, Disability and Equality Law in Britain: The Law of Reasonable Adjustments (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2008).
  4. L. Waddington, ‘When it is Reasonable for Europeans to be Confused: Understanding when a Disability Accommodation is ‘Reasonable’ from a Comparative Perspective’ (2008) 29(3) Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 317.
  5. M. Connolly, Discrimination Law, 2nd edition (London, Sweet & Maxwell, 2011) 405–425.
  6. M. Bell, ‘Mental Health at Work and the Duty to Make Reasonable Adjustments (2015) 44 Industrial Law Journal 194.