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Refusal to use non-Muslim interpreters for Bosnian Muslims lawful

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    Kesar v (1) British Red Cross (2) Refugee Council [1994] IT/4714/94 (0 other reports)

The failure to offer a non-Muslim Bosnian a work experience placement with Bosnian Muslim refugees was discrimination on grounds of religion and thus not unlawful, rules a Reading industrial tribunal (Chair: J G Hollow) in Kesar v (1) British Red Cross (2) Refugee Council.

Mladen Kesar, a Bosnian non-Muslim, successfully applied for a place on a housing course run by the Refugee Council.