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Teaching assistant who raised concerns over 9/11 footage wins victimisation case

Senior Associate Keely Rushmore comments in People Management on a recent case which saw a Muslim teacher win for unfair dismissal after she was sacked for objecting to young children being shown graphic footage from the 9/11 attacks. She is also looking to appeal the decision that she was not discriminated against because of her religion.

Keely examines whether there was a question of religious discrimination and what this case means for employers. 

Click here to read the full article on People Management.

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