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Welcome to Equal Opportunities Review, the UK's leading journal on equality, diversity and discrimination law, published by Michael Rubenstein Publishing.

On this site you can view a recent issue of Equal Opportunities Review in full. You can access the articles in our sample issue through the link on the left-hand menu or by clicking here:

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Why subscribe to Equal Opportunities Review?

With the world of equality, diversity and discrimination law changing so rapidly, the need for accurate, up-to-date and authoritative information and guidance is more important than ever. Published monthly, Equal Opportunities Review has become an essential compliance tool for everyone involved in equality and discrimination law and practice ...

  • In-depth feature articles by leading personalities from the world of equality and discrimination law. Recent contributors include:
    Mary Stacey, Employment Judge and Chair of the Industrial Law Society; Linda Bellos, Chair of the Institute of Equality and Diversity Practitioners; Rachel Dineley, Employment Partner and Head of Diversity, Beachcroft LLP; Maleiha Malik, Reader in Law, Kings College London; David Reade QC; Ben Cooper; Betsan Criddle; Paul Diamond; Nigel Powell, Senior Lawyer, EHRC and Sheila Wild, EHRC
  • Comprehensive analysis of all relevant new and proposed legislation including unrivalled expert coverage and analysis over the coming months of the Equality Bill as it goes through Parliament
  • Case reports providing expert analysis of key cases from the UK tribunals and higher courts, and the ECJ and including full online transcripts of recent cases 
  • Case studies or current practice in named organisations
  • News, Surveys and Michael Rubenstein's monthly Diary


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  • the latest of EOR issue before it is published in print
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  • expanded and revised themes organised by topic
  • key discrimination cases from UK tribunals & courts, and the ECJ, now with full text online transcripts
  • text of Discrimination: A Guide to the Relevant Case Law, 23ed.

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What's New?

In October's issue (EOR 261)

This month’s feature is the third and final part of our annual compensation awards survey. We also have four case studies this month covering family-friendly working, women in senior positions and a core competency approach to equality and diversity training.

(01 Oct 2015)

In August/ September's issue (EOR 260)

This month we have part 2 of the compensation awards survey, and a feature looking at the scope of the protection of the Equality Act in relation to job applicants. Our case studies look at ways to be a disability-friendly employer and how to engage fathers at work. Diary examines the Government’s gender pay gap consultation.

(25 Jul 2015)

In July's issue (EOR 259)

Our main feature this month is our annual survey of compensation awards in discrimination cases.

(20 Jun 2015)

In June's issue (EOR 258)
This month's case studies focus on harassment, looking at two organisations that have tackled the issue. We also report on how supermarket Asda is supporting women into management roles and how London School of Economics has taken action on carers. Our Agenda section examines what is happening on equality and diversity in Wales. (23 May 2015)

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