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Lecturer victimised for bringing race claim

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    Majid v London Guildhall University [1995] IT/49165/92 (0 other reports)

A university lecturer was unlawfully victimised for bringing race discrimination proceedings against his employer when his application for promotion was unfairly considered and when he was placed last on a list of people entitled to performance-related pay so that he stood little or no chance of receiving such pay, rules a London South industrial tribunal (Chair: G H K Meeran) in Majid v London Guildhall University.

Dr Amir Majid, who is of Pakistani origin, is employed as a senior lecturer at the London Guildhall University (formerly the City of London Polytechnic).