The recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case of Higgs v Farmor’s School provides a helpful guide on the nuances of the manifestation of having a religious or philosophical belief. Stephen Foster runs through what we can learn from this case in this short video. There’s more to discrimination on grounds of belief than you may think – it is not simply protecting someone’s right to have a belief, it’s also about their right to talk about and act upon their belief.
We’re going to be exploring the issues in a strikingly similar case study in a webinar our Employment Law team are hosting in September. Join us here.