University agrees to pay £35,000 after losing discrimination case – The Guardian

Posted April 23rd, 2007 in news, race discrimination by sally

“Warwick University has agreed to pay £35,000 in compensation, subject to appeal, to an Irish academic after a unanimous employment tribunal ruling that it discriminated against her on the grounds of her race. The Birmingham tribunal ruled last month that the university failed to select Patricia Walls for a research job because she was Irish and gave the post to a less-qualified candidate instead.”

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The Guardian, 23rd April 2007