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The Transposition and Implementation of the EU Equality Directives in Malta

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dc.contributor.advisor Hirsch, Susan Stone, Ava Marie
dc.creator Stone, Ava Marie 2020-12-04 2021-09-28T01:12:37Z 2021-09-28T01:12:37Z
dc.description.abstract This thesis discusses the significance and impact of the EU Race Directive. The author examines the transposition and implementation of the EU Race Directive in Malta due to its shifting demographics and increasing diversity. In the process of researching and writing this thesis, the author conducted a literature search on scholarship focusing on the Race Directive and reviews research on the transposition of the EU Equality Framework and Race Directive in EU member states. The author uncovered a variety of factors that have affected the transposition process and implementation. Transposition studies have showed that a member states transposition process and implementation of the directive can be determined by its history. Examining the national context can also be used to develop an understanding of domestic legal culture, national identity and citizenship, all which determine how well the directive is implemented. The author argues that in the case of Malta, the aforementioned determinants for successful implementation can be found in the colonial history under British Rule. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject Discrimination en_US
dc.subject EU Equality Directives en_US
dc.subject Colonization en_US
dc.subject transposition en_US
dc.subject workplace en_US
dc.title The Transposition and Implementation of the EU Equality Directives in Malta en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US Master of Science in Conflict Analysis and Resolution en_US Master's en_US Conflict Analysis and Resolution en_US George Mason University en_US

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