|Author:||Kenneth A Bertsch|
|Subcategory:||Management & Leadership|
|Publisher:||Published by IRRC's Social Issues Service (1990)|
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Bertsch, . and M. Voorhes. Religion and Fair Employment in Northern Ireland: Case Studies of Six American Companies.
Bertsch, . Booth, . and K. Bertsch. Companies and Fair Employment Practices in Northern Ireland.
Education in Northern Ireland is heavily segregated. The Fair Employment Act 1976 prohibited discrimination in the workplace on the grounds of religion and established a Fair Employment Agency
Education in Northern Ireland is heavily segregated. Most state schools in Northern Ireland are predominantly Protestant, while the majority of Catholic children attend schools maintained by the Catholic Church. The Fair Employment Act 1976 prohibited discrimination in the workplace on the grounds of religion and established a Fair Employment Agency. This Act was strengthened with a new Fair Employment Act in 1989, which introduced a duty on employers to monitor the religious composition of their workforce, and created the Fair Employment Commission to replace the Fair Employment Agency.
Religion and Employment in Northern Ireland. This excellent book supersedes all previous histories of modern Ireland. admirably constructed and written with clarity and economy which carry the narrative unflaggingly through to the en. (New Statesman). As an example of a humane, scholarly, expert history, Professor Beckett's book will be difficult to surpass".
Segregation in Northern Ireland is a long-running issue in the political and social history of the province. As a result of the Anglo-Irish Treaty ending the Irish War of Independence, six of Ulster's nine counties were formed into Northern Ireland with a Protestant majority. Political discrimination. It often been regarded as both a cause and effect of The Troubles between the Roman Catholic and Protestant populations of Northern Ireland. A combination of political, religious and social differences plus the threat of intercommunal tensions and violence has led to widespread self-segregation of the two communities.
The Fair Employment (Northern Ireland) Act 1989 creates a system to monitor . Constitutional Law in Northern Ireland: A Study in Regional Government.
The Fair Employment (Northern Ireland) Act 1989 creates a system to monitor the religious composition of the workforce so as to promote fair participation. In 1998 the Northern Ireland Act 1998 introduced a statutory duty on designated public authorities to promote equality of opportunity on a number of grounds. Company law of Northern Ireland: Report of the Committee, under the Chairmanship of Donald Murray QC. Snippet view. Legal Aid: Final Report of the Law Society of Northern Ireland for the Period 1 April 2003 to 31 October 2003.
Religion, Education and Employment: Aspects of Equal Opportunity in Northern Ireland, Appletree Press, Belfast. McCrudden, C. (1988), ‘The Northern Ireland Fair Employment White Paper: a critical assessment’.
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Start by marking Religion And Employment In Northern Ireland as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. As a detailed case study of religious discrimination in the labour market, the book will be of interest to scholars and professionals in social demography, sociology, political science, social administration,.
Religion and social structure . The 18th and 19th centuries. Ulster in the 18th century. Northern Ireland is sometimes referred to as Ulster, although it includes only six of the nine counties which made up that historic Irish province. Northern Ireland occupies about one-sixth of the island of Ireland and is separated on the east from Scotland, another part of the United Kingdom, by the narrow North Channel, which is at one point only 13 miles (21 km) wide. The Irish Sea separates Northern Ireland from England and Wales on the east and southeast, respectively, and the Atlantic Ocean lies to the north. London, Sage Publications. Ethnic minority status and attitudes towards police powers: a comparitve study of Great Britain, Northern Ireland, and the Republic of Ireland. Ethnic and Racial Studies, October 1997, 781. Healy, James B. Northern Ireland Dilemma; an American Irish Perspective. New York, Peter Lang Publishing Inc. 1989. Howe, Leo. Being Unemployed in Northern Ireland; An Ethnographic Study. New York, Cambridge University Press.