14 Int'l J. Discrimination & L. 3 (2014)

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                                                         IJDL

                                                           International Journal of
                                                         Discrimination and the Law
Editorial                                                   20[4, Vol. 14()
                                                           Kę The Author(s) 2014
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                                                     DOI: 10.1177/1358229113514304
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Contents

Trevor G Gates and Colleen G Rodgers
Repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell as a Policy Window: A case for the
passage of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act

Paul Quinn and Paul De Hert
Self respect-A Rawlsian Primary Good unprotected by the European
Convention on Human Rights and its lack of a coherent approach to
stigmatization?

Jogchum Vrielink
'Islamophobia' and the law: Belgian hate speech legislation and the wilful
destruction of the Koran

Emeke Chegwe
A gender critique of liberal feminism and its impact on Nigerian law

Editorial 14(I)
In this issue Trevor Gates and Colleen Rodgers assess the progress achieved on
rights for lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) workers in the US. They note the
advances made but also the persistence of discrimination against these employees.
The authors argue that the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell (DADT), combined with
changing attitudes towards LGB people, has opened up a window of opportunity for
a federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act in the US. The background to the
repeal of DADT is considered as well as the opportunities for change its repeal has
opened up, using John Kingdon's work on policy shifts.

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