Intersectional discrimination: Impossible to translate into case law?

‘Intersectional discrimination’ is a concept introduced in both the legal field and other domains like sociology, anthropology, psychology, and philosophy. It is widely discussed in legal doctrine, but the practical implementation of the concept in European jurisprudence is currently still lacking. This blog post discusses its added value in (EU) anti-discrimination law and the method used by the South African Constitutional Court (‘SACC’) to deal with cases involving intersectional discrimination. Continue reading “Intersectional discrimination: Impossible to translate into case law?”