Is it possible to accidentally discriminate someone when trying to be nice? Should everyone be treated equally? Should an employer have the right to decide what the staff should wear and how they should greet others? Where is the line between jokes and harassment drawn?
Discrimination happens in all aspects of society. At work, school, within healthcare and in business. But what does discrimination actually mean? Hanna Gerdes, a human rights lawyer, uses concrete examples and real scenarios to answer this question.
Hanna Gerdes is a human rights lawyer, author, lecturer and the founder of Hanna and Goliath Law & Education. Hanna has previously worked as head of education for the foundation for human rights, a political expert at Statsrådsberedningen, equality strategist for the national Swedish military force and as an expert for the Equality Ombudsman and the Bureau Against Discrimination.