Gender Discrimination in Israel
CMES Olof Palme Professor Raphael Cohen-Almagor has co-authored the chapter "Gender Discrimination in Israel" together with Uki Maroshek-Klarman (Adam Institute for Democracy and Peace) in a new edited volume published by Routledge.
The chapter, which addresses gender discrimination in Israel, is published in the book Discrimination and Employment Law: International Legal Perspectives (Routledge, 2022, eds. Jo Carby-Hall, Zbigniew Góral and Aneta Tyc).
Presenting the issues of discrimination in employment in a multifaceted manner, the book examines the standards on anti-discrimination law for employment at international and EU levels and those deriving from national jurisdictions. Bringing together top scholars in the field of anti-discrimination employment law, this book explains the conceptual and theoretical foundations of the principle of non-discrimination in employment and assesses the most significant changes to law and ongoing challenges in the Netherlands, Poland, Germany, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, India, Switzerland and Israel. Identifying emerging trends in anti-discrimination employment law, this book offers a comparative, problem-solving approach and an in-depth analysis of new developments in both anti-discrimination statutory law and case law. Addressing employment law with a focus on anti-discrimination law and human rights law, this book will be essential reading for students, academics and practitioners working in the fields of labour and employment law, anti-discrimination law and human rights law and offers an international comparative overview of the most up-to-date issues relating to discrimination.