Tribunal in Casamitjana v League Against Cruel Sports finds ethical veganism to be a protected characteristic

BY ABGIAL LENART UPDATE ON PREVIOUS ARTICLE Tribunal in Casamitjana v League Against Cruel Sports finds ethical veganism to be a protected characteristic Jordi Casamitjana, who describes himself as an ‘ethical vegan,’ brought a claim against his former employer, League Against Cruel Sport, for unfair dismissal after disclosing to other employees that its pension fund was being invested in companies…

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As 350,000 people worldwide are predicted to sign up to Veganuary 2020 – are their rights protected under the Equality Act 2010?

ARTICLE BY ABIGAIL LENART The Vegan Society commissioned Ipsos Mori in 2016 to poll 10,000 people on their dietary habits and found that there were around 540,000 vegans in the UK. If the predictions of charity ‘Veganuary’ are accurate in the number of people pledging to try veganism in January, this number is likely to increase. Veganism is defined by…

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