Empirical research provides a valuable and unique perspective on how discrimination law operates in practice, and on the experiences of various rights-holders and duty-bearers.
Anne Hewitt, ‘Universities as internship regulators: Evidence from Australia’ in Andrew Stewart, Rosemary Owens, Niall O’Higgins & Anne Hewitt (eds), (2021) Internships, Employability and the Search for Decent Work Experience, ILO and Edward Elgar, (available open access at https://www.e-elgar.com/shop/gbp/internships-employability-and-the-search-for-decent-work-experience-9781800885035.html)
Alysia Blackham, Empirical Research and Workplace Discrimination Law (Brill Research Perspectives Series on Comparative Discrimination Law, 2019, Brill).
Dominique Allen and Alysia Blackham, 'Using empirical research to advance workplace equality law scholarship: benefits, pitfalls and challenges' (2018) 27(3) Griffith Law Review 337.
Sarah Moulds and John Williams, 'Discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and intersex status in South Australian legislation' (Report, South Australian Law Reform Institute, 2015).