The Regulation of the Employment Decisions of Religious Schools Under Anti-Discrimination Legislation
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The thesis addresses the merits of different approaches to regulating the ability of religious schools to make employment decisions based on an employee’s compatibility with the school’s religion. The particular focus of the thesis is on the merits of the general exception approach adopted under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW) that allows religious schools to make employment decisions on grounds that would otherwise be prohibited under the Act.
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