At this online event, Equality and Employment Law Centre
and the Centre for Research in Employment and Work
at the University of Greenwich will launch their new report on whistleblowers who also experience discrimination at work.
This new research report finds that whistleblowers who also suffer workplace discrimination fare worse at Employment Tribunal, are less likely to have legal representation, more likely to lose their case and experience inequality of arms.
This seminar will consist of a discussion of the background of the report, a panel discussion and Q&A.
This event will be chaired by Chris Topping, Solicitor, Director of Jackson Lees Solicitors and former Chair of the Access to Justice as well as former President of Liverpool Law Society. The speakers will be:
- Dr Laura William, University of Greenwich: "#legalsupportmatters"
- Pam Kenworthy, OBE, Equality and Employment Law: "What happens on the frontline"
- Martin Mensa - Barrister, Head of Employment Practice Group, Atlantic Chambers Liverpool: "In the tribunal"
- Gil Dix, ACAS: "Before the Employment Tribunal"
- Julie Ehlen, CEO, Equality and Environment Law: "Workplace impact"
The event will take place via Microsoft Teams on Thursday 3rd December from 6:30pm - 7:30pm. For more information and to register, see here
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