Court: BA discriminated against Christian staffer
‘‘If we want to create a society that is diverse and can live with its deepest differences there needs to be a fuller protection for religious beliefs, convictions and actions,’’ he said.
The court’s rulings are binding on the 47 member states of the Council of Europe, the continent’s human rights watchdog. The losing claimants can try to appeal to the court’s Grand Chamber, a higher panel of five judges.
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