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Article
24 October 2016
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Auteur: Henry McDonald, Guardian (UK)

"'Gay cake' row: born-again Christian bakers lose court appeal", 24 Oct 2016...

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Article
23 May 2016
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Auteur: Andrés Gallegos, El Diario NTR (México)

 “Las chicas Danés' reviven temor por 'mobbing”, 18 de Mayo de 2016...

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3 April 2016
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Auteur: Meg Wilcox, Ceres, on Ensia (USA)

"How Can We Ensure the Race for Clean Energy Doesn't Leave the World's Poorest Citizens Behind?", 4 Apr 2016...

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Article
10 September 2015

Allemagne : De nombreuses entreprises embauchent des migrants

Auteur: Nathalie Versieux, Libération (France)

"Allemagne : «Les réfugiés deviennent un jour des salariés irremplaçables»", 4 septembre 2015...

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Article
19 May 2015
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Auteur: Adam Withnall, Independent (UK)

A Christian bakery which refused to bake a pro-gay marriage “Bert and Ernie” cake has been found guilty of discrimination in a landmark case. Ashers Baking Company, which delivers across the UK and Northern Ireland, had argued that the cake and its...

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19 May 2015
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Article
12 March 2015
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Auteur: George Rede, Oregonian/OregonLive (USA)

“Sweet Cakes by Melissa case reflects U.S. trend: Discrimination laws trump religious beliefs,” 10 Mar 2015...

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Article
6 February 2015
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Auteur: Curtis M. Wong, Huffington Post (USA)

“Sweet Cakes By Melissa Violated Oregon Law By Turning Away Lesbian Couple, Officials Rule,” 3 Feb 2015...

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Article
20 January 2015
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Auteur: Kashmira Gander, Independent (UK)

“Bakery sent religious discrimination complaint for refusing to ice cake with anti-gay slogans”, 16 Jan 2015...

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Article
9 July 2014
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Auteur: BBC

"Ashers Baking Company: 'Gay cake' row could end up in court", 8 Jul 2014...

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