Employment Tribunals justice Start inquiry into the workings of the Employment Tribunals

Employment Tribunals justice Start inquiry into the workings of the Employment Tribunals

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Katarzyna Paczkowska started this petition to UK Parliament and

Start inquiry into the UK Employment Tribunals injustice and institutional racism.

At the moment the Employment Tribunal judges word is the only word ( no record of the hearing/ no transcript/rare media presence or public at the hearing other than interested parties). Between my discrimination and sexual harassment hearing ( with 8! Respondent's witnesses presented against 4 originally planned and me unrepresented against large legal Group in 3 day hearing with 21 claims 430 pages bundle; English not my first language) and the Judgment I received 10 months! later were many discrepancies I try to challenge but it is 'pointless' and near impossible, as facts cannot be challenged at the Appeal Tribunal or JACO won't really investigate bias and pervesity or Judges conduct, which is really your word against this authority.

My case was hindered in many ways along the way from case launch on 03 Dec 2016 ongoing; I try to address institutional racism; but many British Claimants had similar experiences regarding injustice they suffered. See testimonies to this article from 2014 to date:

See Comments/testimonies: http://etclaims.co.uk/2014/03/is-the-tribunal-system-corrupt/#comment-72303

Details of my case can be found here: https://24054282016and24022112019.com/

I did not have the strongest case but proved some claims which were made to be forgotten in 11 months to written Judgment and simply unjust.

If you had similar experience or know of someone who did, please ask The Government to look into this and ensure fair trial and democracy.

It sure feels like dictatorship to me when my grievances are being downplayed, process hindered in order to be set to fail and Judgment impossible to challenge.

 

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