On Wednesday September 5, 2012, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg heard arguments from four workers challenging British judgments over the expressions of their religious faith in the workplace. Two are arguing for the right to wear a cross at work, while the others object to dealing with same sex couples.
In a previous Slaw post, we examined one of the cases; the case of Nadia Eweida, a former British Airways (BA) worker, who challenged her employer through the British courts after facing a disciplinary action of unpaid suspension from work in 2006 for refusing to take off her cross necklace. The employer claimed wearing the cross breached BA’s uniform code.
The other three cases heard by the ECHR involve,…
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