Discrimination Laundering

Discrimination Laundering

Tristin Green's conference available in podcast
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On Friday November 30th, Tristin Green, Professor and Associate Dean for Faculty Scholarship at University of San Francisco School of Law, presented her book Discrimination Laundering: The rise of organizational innocence and the crisis of equal opportunity law at Sciences Po.

Organizations are not innocent

Tristin Green first explained the title of her book: she defines discrimination laundering as washing the workplace of gender discriminations of all kind. According to her, organizations could reduce systemic discriminations by doing more than only training and policing.

U.S. - Europe : a comparison

In a second phase, Marie Mercat-Bruns (FR), teacher at the Sciences Po Law School, commented Tristin Green's book and compared the american and european practices.

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Discrimination Laundering: the rise of organizational innocence and the crisis of equal opportunity law

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