Exploring the Intersections of Disadvantaged Groups Protection: In Pursuit of Development
Pp. 195-212 (18)
Maria Isabel Garrido Gomez
Increasingly, there is a new relationship in the borders between public and
private law. Public authorities are progressively turning to private law when selling
their assets and use contracting to fulfil the missions entrusted to them, providing
services indirectly through licences to private companies, extrapolating to the public
ones formulas which are used in private law or resorting to the forming of foundations.
In short, to be able to overcome these serious problems, the objective that we have to
set ourselves is to find a model of law which is able to carry out an alternative project
which we are seeing today. And that can only be achieved through the discussion of
Disadvantaged groups, Equality, Intersections, Legal protection,
Private law, Public law, Non-discrimination.
University of Alcala, Alcala de Henares (Madrid), Madrid, Spain.