Shestak v Royal College of Nursing & Others - what constitutes aiding and abetting an act of discrimination? - EAT 14.8.08

Mrs Shestak embarked on a course leading to a nursing degree, whcih entailed study at university interspaced with placements at hospitals. For various reasons the hospitals concerned terminated her placements and refused to have her.

She claimed race discrimination against various people, including the RCN, the university, the health authority, and a number of individuals. An employment tribunal struck out most of her discrimination claims as having no prospect of success. Mrs Shestak appealed.

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