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By Discrimination Free Zone
New Non-Profit Organization Committed to Ending Discriminatory Language

By Bioethics Defense Fund
Jerome Lejeune Foundation USA, Saving Downs and International Down Syndrome Coalition represented in amicus brief supporting Arizona 20 week abortion limitation, whose major impact is to disfavor abortion based on disability discrimination.

By NAAFA
Ex-Marine was brutally beaten when trying to save teenage boy being attacked by three adult bullies. There are no innocent by-standers. End Bullying Now!

By When the Abuser Goes to Work
Transcend Your Boss: Zen and the Difficult Workplace provides an overview of Zen theory and guided meditations to help workers stay on the job long enough to pursue a complaint, look for a new job or gather evidence for a potential lawsuit.

By NAAFA
NAAFA announces a new program for men of large body size. NAAFA Gentlemen's Quarterly Club (NGQC) will meet quarterly to discuss issues important to NAAFA's male members.

By NAAFA
Community members and leaders are invited to attend "END BULLYING NOW – Get Involved" being held at the Las Vegas Westin to learn how to bring this program to your community.

By NAAFA
Michelle Anderson, Miss Plus America 2011, will be a featured keynote speaker at NAAFA’s 2013 Annual Convention. As the first openly HIV positive woman to enter/win a national pageant, she dedicates much of her life to educating others on HIV/AIDS

By The Reformation Project
Pro-Gay Christian Initiative Promotes Greater Gay Tolerance In Churches And Attracts Wide Controversy And Support

By U S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Field Office of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Detroit Consulate of Mexico today.

By Strategic Book Group
The Day I Will Never Forget happened in February 2010, when author Kingsley C. Njoku returned from a week’s trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with his Asian wife Siti to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

By Vizina Hallam Hallinan West, LLC
VHHW Investigations, a new Northern California investigations firm, offers a unique and attractive alternative when allegations of discrimination, harassment, or hostile environment in the work place prompt the need for an independent investigation.

By Vizina Hallam Hallinan West, LLC
VHHW Investigations is proud to announce the update of its company website www.vhhwinvestigations.com

By Jaluch Limited
Leading HR consultancy Jaluch have uncovered some shocking revelations about what UK employees get up to at their Christmas parties.

By WingSpan Press
Nicolas Janovsky publishes new book about Gay life and culture with the intent of providing a common language to discuss and understand Gay individuals.

By Paul Lubin
A must read for anyone interested in detecting and preventing discrimination and unfair and abusive practices in the financial services industry.

By Nordman Cormany Hair & Compton, LLP
Ventura County-based law firm Nordman Cormany Hair & Compton, LLP announced that Laura S. Withrow has joined the firm as a partner in its Employment & Labor practice group.

By The Clayman Institute at Stanford University
In her book, Stanford Professor Cecilia Ridgeway provides a well-reasoned, well-researched explanation of why we continue to observe unequal outcomes for women and men, even in the face of changes that work against gender discrimination.

By Gail Zoppo
The International Society of Diversity & Inclusion Professionals (ISDIP) forms a partnership with Michael Rubenstein Publishing to bring the latest in international discrimination law to members.

By EEOC
Largest ADA Settlement in EEOC History for Hundreds of Employees Terminated or Disciplined Based on Rigid Attendance Policy

By Thomas Econometrics
Nearly every decision an employer makes - whether it's hiring, compensation, promotion, or termination - can be affected by adverse impact. Employers are often unaware of a problem until it's too late.

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By Howard R. Miller Communications
-New Non-Profit Organization Committed to Ending Discriminatory Language-

By Discrimination Free Zone
New Non-Profit Organization Committed to Ending Discriminatory Language

By Texas Energy Insurance
Employers who take steps towards combating discrimination at work, can help to reduce the chance of a lawsuit, according to information published by Texas Energy Insurance.

By Bioethics Defense Fund
Jerome Lejeune Foundation USA, Saving Downs and International Down Syndrome Coalition represented in amicus brief supporting Arizona 20 week abortion limitation, whose major impact is to disfavor abortion based on disability discrimination.

By NAAFA
First Lady Michelle Obama’s repeated appearances on The Biggest Loser imply support of the extreme tactics used by the show to bully people into unhealthy behavior, precipitating eating disorders, weight gain, depression, and weight-based bullying.

By Low Cost Immigration Assistance
Get Paid From Chase For Losing Your Home. Chase Violated Your Rights. They must pay you. If not Chase, then any other bank has violated your rights. Hold Them Accountable. 509 895 7265

By Brian Goldthorpe, Privileged Communication
Family Advocating for Autistic Student Alleges Retaliation and Anti-Gay Discrimination by School District Personnel

By NAAFA
Ex-Marine was brutally beaten when trying to save teenage boy being attacked by three adult bullies. There are no innocent by-standers. End Bullying Now!

By When the Abuser Goes to Work
Transcend Your Boss: Zen and the Difficult Workplace provides an overview of Zen theory and guided meditations to help workers stay on the job long enough to pursue a complaint, look for a new job or gather evidence for a potential lawsuit.

By Professor John Banzhaf, GWU Law School
Florida’s Bert Fish Medical Center will follow FORBES suggestion – "DON’T HIRE SMOKERS" – joining dozens of other hospitals and other companies in a move which could save it $12,000 a year for each smoking employee

By NAAFA
NAAFA announces a new program for men of large body size. NAAFA Gentlemen's Quarterly Club (NGQC) will meet quarterly to discuss issues important to NAAFA's male members.

By NAAFA
Community members and leaders are invited to attend "END BULLYING NOW – Get Involved" being held at the Las Vegas Westin to learn how to bring this program to your community.

By Professor John Banzhaf, GWU Law School
Today two large PA hospital systems will join dozens of other hospitals and insurance companies, as well as governmental bodies (including the W.H.O.) and many other businesses, in a move which could save them $12,000 a year for each smoking employee

By NAAFA
Michelle Anderson, Miss Plus America 2011, will be a featured keynote speaker at NAAFA’s 2013 Annual Convention. As the first openly HIV positive woman to enter/win a national pageant, she dedicates much of her life to educating others on HIV/AIDS

By NAAFA
Against the recommendation of their scientific advisors, the AMA declares obesity a disease. Many believe this will further damage the already fragile relationship between physician and fat patient.

By PEI Disability Alert
The CBC has filed a court application in the PEI Supreme Court to stop a Human Rights Panel hearing into a complaint of disability discrimination against a local journalist with a disability.

By Vizina Hallam Hallinan West, LLC
VHHW Investigations, a Northern California-based workplace investigations company, announced their recent attendance at an Association of Workplace Investigators, Inc. (AWI) Seminar on Workplace Investigations in Oakland, CA.

By The Reformation Project
Pro-Gay Christian Initiative Promotes Greater Gay Tolerance In Churches And Attracts Wide Controversy And Support

By Dialogue Inc and ReEnchant Planet Earth
"Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." Ralph Waldo Emerson

By PRDA
Documentation is a crucial part of advocacy work. People living with HIV still face stigma, discrimination, and human rights violations all over the...

By NAAFA
Foster City, CA - The Safe Schools Improvement Act (SSIA) has been re-introduced. S.403 was introduced in the Senate and referred to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.

By U S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Field Office of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Detroit Consulate of Mexico today.

By Strategic Book Group
The Day I Will Never Forget happened in February 2010, when author Kingsley C. Njoku returned from a week’s trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with his Asian wife Siti to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

By NAAFA
NAAFA proudly supports Iceland’s adoption of a new constitution which includes body weight as part of their protected classes.

By Vizina Hallam Hallinan West, LLC
VHHW Investigations, a new Northern California investigations firm, offers a unique and attractive alternative when allegations of discrimination, harassment, or hostile environment in the work place prompt the need for an independent investigation.

By Vizina Hallam Hallinan West, LLC
VHHW Investigations is proud to announce the update of its company website www.vhhwinvestigations.com

By Berenzweig Leonard Law Firm
In this challenging economy, unemployed individuals are looking for any way to find suitable employment. However, in a recent article posted on AOL Jobs, employers across the country explained that they....

By Jaluch Limited
Leading HR consultancy Jaluch have uncovered some shocking revelations about what UK employees get up to at their Christmas parties.

By Humphreys & Co
A ruling this week by the Supreme Court paves the way for equal pay claims to be pursued in the civil courts many years after employees have left their employment

By NAAFA
Dr. Carter's refusal to treat patients who weigh more than 200 pounds is simply discrimination.

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
A report that a physician is refusing to treat obese patients has some so-called ethicists concerned, even though the AMA says its completely ethical, and the practice has a long history - for both smokers and the obese

By Lubin Research
A satisfied customer is not necessarily a fairly treated customer nor is a satisfied minority or female customer necessarily treated the same as a similarly situated white or male customer. Satisfaction rankings can mislead consumers and businesses.

By Espy Cesar-Saavedra, ecesars1804.wordpress.com/
The American Embassy in Port-au-Prince denies visa for six Haitian culinary students hand-picked and trained by the world-famous chef Ron Duprat who are to compete at the Taste of the Caribbean in Miami from June 20th to 24.

By RegsApp
Duncan, product manager at software company RegsApp.com shares information on discrimination policy.

By Martin Kaye LLP Solicitors
Martin Kaye Solicitors in Telford, Shropshire, have welcomed the move on unfair dismissal laws as good for business. New rules mean employees will need to work two years rather than just one year before they can claim unfair dismissal.

By National Eating Disorders Association
Organization's Mission to Fight for World Without Eating Disorders Continues

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
The decision by the Citizens Medical Center not to hire the obese isn't unique, since over 25% of businesses admit to being influenced by an applicant's weight during the hiring process - although most of these companies don't have a written policy

By NVE Stop Smart Meters
Nevada's regulatory agency employee excels at the Delphi Technique, when addressing residents concerns over smart meters. An expedited "process" to generate their predetermined recommendation?

By keren ramat beit shemesh
The foundation includes members from all walks of life, advancing projects and initiatives to benefit neighborhood residents. Initial programs include The “Shalom Beit Shemesh" peace initiative

By Gary Namie, PhD
A public hearing has been scheduled at the West Virginia State Capitol for the workplace bullying bill HB 3015 (the Healthy and Safe Workplace Act).

By MiramarLegal
Miramar Legal, a London law firm has just launched a new site. The new site, located at www.unfairdismissalsolicitors.com is classy, elegant and professional.

By Bell Nunnally & Martin LLP
Bell Nunnally & Martin Continues to Expand, Strengthen Service Offerings

By Thomas Econometrics
The Proactive Employer Podcast will be airing its 100th installment on Friday, January 6, 2012. To celebrate, the podcast will be hosting a live call-in show.

By Muslims for Progressive Values
Bigotry Goes Corporate: Lowe’s Withdraws Advertising During “All- American Muslim” Muslims for Progressive Values Protests Withdrawal Of Advertising During The TLC Program, “All-American Muslim” and calls for a boycott of Lowe’s stores.

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Fox News reports that: "The Washington, D.C. Office of Human Rights confirmed that it is investigating allegations that Catholic University violated the human rights of Muslim students by not allowing them to form a Muslim student group"

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
The President of Catholic University, John Garvey, has been directed to respond to new charges of illegal discrimination at his university -- against both Muslims and women -- and to do so in writing by next Thursday

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
In the wake of the first criminal indictment of a Catholic Bishop, Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington, has been charged with violations of the Human Rights Act for allegedly discriminating against Muslims and women at Catholic U

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
"Campus Covered in 'Co-Ed' Graffiti Protest" blares the headline in today's issue of Catholic University's [CUA] student newspaper, while another report makes it clear that the "vast majority of CUA students do not want to live in single sex dorms."

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Netflix has been charged with violating human rights in a complaint which alleges that willfully refusing to provide closed captioning on most of the programs it transmits over the Internet constitutes illegal discrimination against the handicapped

By WingSpan Press
Nicolas Janovsky publishes new book about Gay life and culture with the intent of providing a common language to discuss and understand Gay individuals.



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