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Female combat exclusion in the UK armed forces: Is it still legal? (2012)
Presentation / Conference
Ball, R. (2012, November). Female combat exclusion in the UK armed forces: Is it still legal?. Paper presented at IUS Canada Conference 2012

Women have served in the UK military for many years and today 73% of jobs are open to women in the Navy, 70% in the Army and 96% in the RAF. The Sex Discrimination Act 1975 (SDA75) , now replaced by the Equality Act 2010 , excludes discriminatory act... Read More about Female combat exclusion in the UK armed forces: Is it still legal?.

The revolutionary effect of equality and human rights law on the UK armed forces (2012)
Journal Article
Ball, R. The revolutionary effect of equality and human rights law on the UK armed forces. Manuscript submitted for publication

The UK armed forces have undergone an incremental transformation through the impact of civilian law since the 1960s. Gerry Rubin in a 2002 article for this journal analysed the impact of this civilian law on Military Law and described a course of civ... Read More about The revolutionary effect of equality and human rights law on the UK armed forces.