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In an earlier article, The London Telegraph questioned whether the European Commission's new Equal treatment directive might be "an instrument of oppression" aimed at the Catholic Church and other religious groups, submitting them to lawsuits by various opposition groups (The Wanderer, 13 Aug.
The European Commission is considering an equal treatment directive which would oblige landlords to make 'reasonable adjustments' for disabled people to their accommodation.
The review is required by European Community Law which states that the UK Armed Forces are bound to conduct a review every eight years, under the Equal Treatment Directive, the MoD said.
Age Concern said the UK Employment Equality (Age) Regulations breached the EU's Equal Treatment Directive, which bans employment discrimination on grounds of, amongst other things, age.
Percy claims that was superseded by the Equal Treatment Directive of 1976.
The recently introduced European Equal Treatment Directive will make it easier for women to complain about inappropriate behaviour and remarks of a lewd and sexual nature in the workplace.
The TUC said changes under the European Equal Treatment Directive would strengthen laws against sexual harassment.
53) The Commission's Social Policy Agenda (54) also talks of further strengthening equality rights by making a proposal for an equal treatment Directive based on Article 13 in areas other than employment and occupation.