Violinist who criticised concert in newspaper not directly discriminated against because of "humanist" beliefs
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Streatfeild v London Philharmonic Orchestra Ltd ET/2390772/2011 (0 other reports)
Streatfeild v London Philharmonic Orchestra Ltd ET/2390772/2011
religion or belief discrimination | philosophical belief | humanism | political protest
An employment judge has struck out as having "no reasonable prospect of success" the claim of direct religion or belief discrimination brought by a violinist whose name was on a letter published in the Independent newspaper protesting against an invitation to the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra to perform at the 2011 Proms.