Not Allowed to wear the Christian Cross at work. Violation of religious freedom? European Court of Human Rights will rule


In 2006, Nadia Eweida a British Airways worker, was suspended for wearing what her employers said was a violation of the since-modified uniform code. BA had a policy of not permitting additions to the uniform and so ordered Ms Eweida to follow the rules. She refused and claimed religious discrimination. Shirley Chaplin left her 31-year nursing career after refusingContinue reading “Not Allowed to wear the Christian Cross at work. Violation of religious freedom? European Court of Human Rights will rule”