Age equality comes of age
Age equality comes of age. Faced with an ageing population, a pensions shortfall and mounting evidence of age discrimination, the Government has promised to outlaw age discrimination in work and training - but not in public services - by 2006. This book questions, amongst other things, whether the 1970s litigation model of discrimination legislation the Government proposes will deliver the vast change needed in culture and practice. By Sarah Spencer and Sandra Fredman.