Islam v Dunedin Housing Association Ltd & anor - Perversity [2006] EAT

The Edinburgh employment tribunal dismissed a race discrimination claim brought by a Ms Islam against her employer, the Dunedin Housing Association. She appealed, arguing that the tribunal's decision was perverse. It had found that she had been subjected to "less favourable" treatment than others but had not specifically found that all the less favourable treatment was for non-race related reasons. The Employment Appeal Tribunal dismissed the appeal as the stringent test for perversity was not met.

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