11 Int'l J. Discrimination & L. 1 (2011)

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International Journal of Discrimination and the Law, 2011, Vol. 11, p. 1
1358-2291/2009 $10
 2011 A B Academic Publishers. Printed in Great Britain
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS


Sue Ashtiany of Ashtiany Associates is a solicitor specialising in
employment and equality law. She is also a consultant with Nabarro LLP.
She is a Trustee of The Equal Rights Trust; Government Ambassador for
Diversity in Public Office; Vice President of the Industrial Law Society;
and former Equal Opportunities Commissioner.

John Lulham, TfL Head of Contracts and Procurement(Streets), is a
qualified accountant and has worked for Transport for London and its
predecessor organisations for over 40 years. In recent years he has led the
implementation of TfL's Equality and Diversity policies in two major
contracts totaling 1.5bn as well as in a number of smaller contracts. He
was one of the first TfL procurement specialists to see the importance of
integrating equality and diversity into the procurement process and has
worked with contractors and suppliers to raise awareness of the diversity
agenda, helping them develop their own policies and bring them up to the
required standards. He was awarded an MBE for services to Equality and
Diversity in 2009.

Simonetta Manfredi is Reader in Equality and Diversity Management
and Director of the Centre for Diversity Policy Research and Practice
at Oxford Brookes University. Over the last three years she has been
leading two projects funded by the Higher Education Funding Council
under its Leadership, Governance and Management scheme to research
and develop knowledge transfer on retirement policies and age
discrimination.

Christopher McCrudden is Professor of Human Rights Law at the
University of Oxford; Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford; William W
Cook Global Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School; and
a Fellow of the British Academy. He is also a barrister at Blackstone
Chambers. He was a member of the NI Procurement Board from 2003-
2008; and of the Public Procurement Implementation Group, NI Exec.,
in 2001. He has published widely on constitutional and administrative
law, anti-discrimination law and human rights.

Colm O'Cinneide is a Reader in Human Rights Law at University
College. He was a member of the UK Task Force on the establishment
of the new Commission for Equality and Human Rights and specialist
legal advisor to the Joint Committee on Human Rights on the Equality

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