Justify This 2006 - 2007 (Diabetes, Discrimination, Disability, Ableism, Disablism)

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If a multinational employer fired you for having diabetes because you would be off sick a lot in the future, what would you do? This is a true story of discrimination in the workplace, a modern day David and Goliath with many twists along the way. More
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About the Series: Justify This
If a multinational employer fired you for having diabetes because you would be off sick a lot in the future, what would you do? This is a true story of discrimination in the workplace, one ordinary person against a multinational employer, multinational legal firm, barrister, appeal courts, countries and international courts, in the form of a diary including emails, correspondence, and judgments. A modern day David and Goliath with many twists along the way.

What would you have done in the same situation?

Topics throughout this series include: diabetic, diabetes, disability, discrimination, disablism, ableism, employment, redundancy, layoff, fired, legal, law, unfair, workplace, dismiss, type, 1, 2, one, two, i, ii, firing, exploit, unfairness, corrupt, intolerance, outrage, unequal, above the law, justice, injustice, bigotry, hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia, law and order, discriminate, enterprise, work, business, corporation, civil, right, hba1c, claim, court, crime, ketoacidosis, termination, grievance, sack, human, campaign.

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Jason P Doherty reviewed on on June 4, 2017

Very interesting looking series. This series proves a point, and could be helpful to a lot of people in the long run. The point it proves is that people are sometimes treated badly by others, and that there are powers in place that could stop this injustice. They just need to know that people care. I think this series is a step towards that.
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