Public Lecture: "Employment Law Forum Seminar on Discrimination Law" feat. Dr Tarunabh Khaitan, Law Fellow at Wadham College, University of Oxford

What is discrimination? Why do we have discrimination law? Can we justify special action or rights for selected groups in society?

Come and listen to a noted University of Oxford academic who has done some of the serious thinking about these issues for us. The Employment Law Forum is offering a thought provoking address by Dr Tarunabh Khaitan, Law Fellow at Wadham College, University o Oxford on the main thesis of his book, "A Theory of Discrimination Law", published by Oxford University Press.

Wednesday, 25 May 2016
Room WA224, Conference Centre
55 Wellesley St East, AUT city campus (map)

5pm – Refreshments
6pm – Seminar

This seminar open to all at no charge, however spaces are limited.
RSVP: work.research@aut.ac.nz

Biography: Tarunabh Khaitan.  

Commentary will be provided by human rights specialists, Associate Professor Kris Gledhill, AUT Law School and Dr Jane Norton, Auckland University Law School.

Image issued under a Creative Commons License: 'Stop Discrimination' by Manuel Franc Nieves is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0.