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With the world of equality, diversity and discrimination law changing so rapidly, the need for accurate, up-to-date and authoritative information and guidance is more important than ever.

Equal Opportunities Review (EOR) is the essential guide to steer you and your organisation through the maze.

EOR Online gives you access to the current issue of the journal, an archive of past issues, extensive information on discrimination law and practice and much more. If you already subscribe to EOR, log-in now to access this wealth of material.

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Discrimination Law in 2016 - The authoritative review of the most dynamic area of employment law

Friday 22 January 2016
Congress House, Great Russell Street, London
Devised and chaired by Michael Rubenstein
For more than 20 years, I have organised for Equal Opportunities Review and the Trades Union Congress an annual updating conference on key issues in discrimination law. 

The EOR-TUC conference is now open to discrimination lawyers, Government officials, equality and diversity specialists and others interested in attending the most authoritative review available of recent discrimination legislation and case law.
Join me and five of Britain’s leading discrimination law experts for a very special and exciting day. There will be comprehensive documentation for you to take away and refer to over the coming months. The conference has CPD accreditation of 5 hours.
I look forward to welcoming you in January.

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  • Current issue: view the latest issue of Equal Opportunities Review before it is published in print
  • What's New? breaking news, the latest articles, helping you to keep up-to-date
  • Topics: every article and case report in EOR Online has been allocated a topic or topics to help you find just the information you need
  • Case reports: key discrimination cases from the EAT, Court of Appeal, ECJ and others and EOR Online's unique coverage of selected employment tribunal decisions
  • Discrimination Guide: the latest edition of the highly acclaimed Discrimination: A Guide to the Relevant Case Law
  • Legislation Guides: in-depth guides to new legislation, include Acts of Parliament, statutory instruments and EC directives
  • Codes of Practice: easy access to all the main codes of practice in one place
  • Past issues: to see a full list of the contents of recent journals, work backwards from the current issue number as found in "What's New?" by typing the number into the Issue number box in the left-hand menu.


We are pleased to introduce our new blog, Michael Rubenstein Presents ... Expertise on equality, diversity and discrimination law, accessible at: We encourage you to view the postings on developments in diversity and equality law, written by experts including Michael Rubenstein, Darren Newman, Sue Johnstone, and others.

Equal Opportunities Review

Equal Opportunities Review (EOR) is the market leading journal on equality, diversity and discrimination law and practice. It has been publishing for 25 years and has over 200 issues under its belt. With a fully searchable website,, holding an extensive archive of all EOR issues, the service offers our customers an accurate, authoritative and up to date set of information with which to keep on top of the rapidly changing area of law.

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Established in October 2007,  its portfolio of titles includes the leading journal Equal Opportunities Review and the annual publication Discrimination: A Guide to the Relevant Case Law.

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What's New?

In December's issue (EOR 263)

The focus of our case studies this month is flexible or agile working. We have four case studies from different organisations that have moved to agile working. Key themes are the use of technology, reducing office space and increasing engagement. (...more)

(21 Nov 2015)

Diary: Name-blind application forms

The proposal that discrimination would be reduced if the names of job applicants were not visible on application forms has been around for some time. In 2009, when the Equality Act 2010 was going through Parliament, an amendment which would have required this was introduced by Liberal Democrat Lynn Featherstone MP. It was vetoed, however, by the then‑Conservative Government. (...more)

(21 Nov 2015)

Diary: Gender pay gap reporting expanded

The Government has also announced that the statutory obligation on reporting of the gender pay gap (see EOR 260) is to be expanded in two respects. (...more)

(21 Nov 2015)

Equality and diversity at the Bar

Robin Allen QC, chair of the Bar Council’s Equality & Diversity and Social Mobility Committee, gives his personal views on developments in equality and diversity at the Bar, and the work of the committee. (...more)

(21 Nov 2015)

New professional development network for disabled employees

An innovative online platform brings together disability network leaders representing hundreds of thousands of disabled employees across the UK. Kate Godwin explains how it works. (...more)

(21 Nov 2015)

In November's issue (EOR 262)

This month’s feature looks at the impact of employment tribunal fees in Scotland. Two of our case studies cover age equality, and a third considers good practice on accommodating carers at work. (...more)

(23 Oct 2015)

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