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SG v The Head Teacher & Governors of St Gregory's Catholic Science College - afro hair style and indirect discrimination

A school's uniform policy which banned younger pupils from having a particular hair style (cornrows, sometimes called braids) has been held to be unjustifiable indirect race discrimination.

This race and sex discrimination case concerns a school's pupil admissions policy but the issues it involves are also relevant in the employment field.

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