Document TitleAuthor, Publisher
Creating Inclusive Workplaces for LGBT Employees in China An LGBT Resource Guide for Employers in China
Community Business (25 September 2013)
StarSpecial Eurobarometer - Discrimination in the EU 2012 PDF 6.14MB Gender identity included in the EU wide major survey for the first time.
European Commission (22 November 2012)
StarDiscriminatory laws and practices and acts of violence against individuals based on their sexual orientation and gender identity A/HRC/19/41 PDF 706.19kb UN Human Rights Council (15 December 2011)
StarNon-Discrimination in International Law: A Handbook for Practitioners from INTERIGHTS Interights (09 September 2011)
Living Together Combining diversity and freedom in 21st-century Europe Word 834kb Council of Europe (08 July 2011)
Human Rights Campaign: Corporate Equality Index PDF 3.17mb Rating American Workplaces on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Equality. Human Rights Campaign (01 October 2010)
Gay and Lesbian Rights: Sexual Orientation Discrimination Lawfirms.com (March 2009)
Overview of US laws
Same Sex: Same Entitlements PDF 421kb Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (May 2007)
National Enquiry into Discrimination against people in Same-Sex Relationships: Financial and Work-Related Entitlements and Benefits
The Concept of Justice Requires That a Person Is Not Prejudged by His Attributes Word 34kb Patrick Mugliston, Barrister (2005)
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex people in the ACT: an issues paper PDF 302kb Department of Justice and Community Safety (December 2002)
List of Law Firms with Sexual Orientation Included in their Non-Discrimination Policy According to the National Association of Law Placement (NALP) Directory of Firm Listings PDF 161kb George Mason University School of Law (GMUSL) (28 June 2002)
Sexual-Orientation-Based Employment Discrimination: State and Federal Status PDF 150kb United States General Accounting Office Washington, DC (19 April 2002)
Homophobia as an Issue of Sex Discrimination: Lesbian and Gay Equality and the Systemic Effects of Forced Invisibility This paper examines the role of heterosexism in reinforcing heterosexual male privilege and patriarchal power. It is argued that discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is an issue of gender discrimination which must be addressed if the attempt of legislators to eliminate other forms of systemic inequality are to be truly effective. (Conference Papers from "Sexual Orientation and the Law", September 1996), Christopher N Kendall BA (Hons), LLB (Queen's), LLM (Michigan)

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