This piece examines the seminal decision in CHEZ RB v Nikolova, delivered by the European Court of Justice on 16 July 2015. This case redefines boundaries between direct and indirect discrimination, and the question of who can claim discrimination in EU law. It thus transforms the scheme of EU discrimination law in an unprecedented way. The purpose here is to unpack the ECJ’s ruling and its implications on the structure of EU discrimination law.
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Apr 2017|
- EU Directive
- Race Discrimination