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Realising intersectionality in discrimination law

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The central aim of the thesis is to understand why intersectionality remains at the fringes of mainstream discrimination law and to provide an alternative vision to the dominant conception of single-axis discrimination. This aim is pursued by translating intersectionality theory into the conceptual and doctrinal precincts of comparative discrimination law of South Africa, Canada and the United Kingdom.

The thesis is divided into three parts. Part One posits the framework of 'interse...

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University of Oxford

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DPhil
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Doctoral
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